Slappa CD cases rock! I use them for my CDs, and now finding the perfect next tune in my CD collection is 100 times easier. Check them out!
Now with 5% off if you use the link above or enter "Recess" in the discount area!
A video of a mix
Always thinking of more
Ok, the plan was to record an entire mix - but have a video camera running the entire time, pointing at the mixer. As people have asked about EQ setting and all that kinda stuff, I thought this would be a good idea. I still think it might be, but I'm having a bit of an issue with image quality v file size right now (these files are relatively smalll, but they need to be about 100mB each in order to give you the detail you'll need - so work continues on this...)
This is going to be the most 'work in progress' part of the site. It takes a while to make these, and I'm constanting thinking of more to do. I'll keep updating this as often as I can, but if you have any requests at all for something 'in vision' - please just get in touch and I'll work on it.
That's not the entire reason that the whole mix isn't online - unfortunately, as you'll see in the second clip, it didn't quite work out the way I intended, and I had to end the filming quite suddenly. I need to find a better way to attach the camer to the wall!
You need Quicktime in order to play these videos. Quicktime 7 is better (as the files are smaller, and quicker for you) but as long as you've got QT6, you'll be ok. If you don't have either, go to www.quicktime.com to download a copy. I have been asked to do WMV and AVI versions, which will happen eventually, but for the time being, I'm worrying more about putting this clips online to give a good library of reference.
One last thing, the Beats and Bars page has a load of video clips to do with Beat Structure. So make sure to check that out if you're looking for that info.