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Wikiloopers on YouTube: any videos of your music to share?

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Here is one that imopp shared:

[youtube]RzPRGcj1SMU[/youtube]
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Zoot wrote:
Hey, that works for sure . Great lyrics, maybe the transitions could be a little smoother ? as always top notch tinkling on the ivories!:)

Thanks Zoot, yes I have to find how the fade in/out works with video! :D
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Settings Mikey :):D
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Like most of us here who have been playing for a lifetime I've picked up some off the wall amps over the years looking for different tones. I search them out to find a new voice then while adjusting the controls to find a tone I like I end up with something that sounds pretty similar to every other amp I own. :D I guess that's a subject for another forum thread. Why do we spend so much on gear chasing different sounds only to make everything sound the same? LOL!

My all time favorite tube amp is this 1947 Masco MA25P converted tube PA. I picked it up in all original condition from a local seller. He was an older gentlemen who liked to collect & restore antique radios. He had planned to work on it but just never got to it and was thinning the herd as we say. My timing was good that day and I ended up getting it for a song. Since I got such a great deal on it I decided to send it to vintage amp guru Skip Simmons in California to work his magic on it instead of doing the conversion myself. What came back was mind blowing.

I have a lot tube amps and love them all but this one is in a league of it's own.

The audio for this is Wikiloops track #235050 with Joe, Peter & Ernie.

[youtube]qQ2mJVnyqvg[/youtube]
Edited by Riffraff on Janvier 10 2022 19:22
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Here is an R&B style music video of a mix by M4Fp (Andrea) Keith Moon and myself. I hope you like it, the moderators might like the Wikiloops tribute at the end :)

https://youtu.be/pIF8pQfztbU
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A wonderful job you did on this Michael-thanks for sharing and supporting the Loops too my friend<3
keith
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I was discussing the merits of cold weather when you are cleaning up after a pet outside with Ernie440 (Ernie,who everyone here knows and needs no introduction). I'm sure you all know how that conversation went. :D I've been wanting to make a video of the 2 rescue horses my wife and I adopted. They are something else. The paint (Tumbleweed) is a nut. Some of his stunts are stealing the hat off of your head, the gloves off your hands, he has been known to unzip a coat or two, he grabs the back of the rake handle while you are using it and he backs up to the Gorilla cart we use for cleanup like he is asking for us to hitch him to it. He must have had some life before he came to live with us. I had been leaving that cart off in the corner of his paddock tipped up so the rain water doesn't collect in it and freeze. Earlier this week my wife and I went out to feed the animals and found him sitting on it, front feet on the ground but his his ass on the tipped up end of the cart like it was a stool for a horse. Needless to say I removed it from the paddock. There's no telling what he will get into next. I can't believe someone sent a horse with that much personality to slaughter. He is safe now.

I used track #221162 for the music in this but shortened it for the video. Enjoy the clown show. There is a piece of video in it where Tumbleweed is tormenting the hell out of his brother to get back at him for being a bully.

[youtube]ofdjM9S903g[/youtube]
Edited by Riffraff on Janvier 14 2022 20:29
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It is wonderful you and your wife rescued them. Blessings<3
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FrankieJ wrote:
It is wonderful you and your wife rescued them. Blessings<3


My wife has always been a big advocate for animal rescue. She has done a lot of work for dog rescue's in the south, particularly in Florida where many are in shelters that give them a time limit and put them down if they don't find a home before the clock runs out. She was making posters for them by writing heart wrenching poems and posting their pictures and contact details on them then posting them on Facebook and sharing them with a network of other people also trying to help. She got so many out of those shelters and into rescues. Every day would start with 8 or 9 dogs that were going to be put down at the end of the day and she would work at it until all of them were adopted or taken by area shelters. She is actually a really talented writer and writes the most amazing poems in minutes. People started asking her to write them for sick relatives, family members who had passed , graduations, weddings... etc. It got a little crazy.

One of our dogs is a Black Mouth Cur the clock ran out on. She couldn't stand to see him killed so she had some rescue friends who lived near the shelter he was in get him and put him on a plane to NY. We picked him up in Newark and named him Boone. We planned to foster him and find him a home but we are foster failures, they always become family with us. :D Our other dog is a black lab, tree walker hound mix named Folly. They are like children to us. Our 3rd is 20lb black cat named Petey that thinks he's a dog. He was a 5wk old kitten found in a parking lot and grew up with Boone and two 101lb labs we used to have that have passed. The couch is pretty crowded at night. :)
Edited by Riffraff on Janvier 14 2022 21:17
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kmoon235 wrote:
A wonderful job you did on this Michael-thanks for sharing and supporting the Loops too my friend<3
keith


I'm glad you joined the jam Keith you added a cool vibe that came through in the video :)
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Riffraff wrote:
I was discussing the merits of cold weather when you are cleaning up after a pet outside with Ernie440 (Ernie,who everyone here knows and needs no introduction). I'm sure you all know how that conversation went. :D I've been wanting to make a video of the 2 rescue horses my wife and I adopted. They are something else. The paint (Tumbleweed) is a nut. Some of his stunts are stealing the hat off of your head, the gloves off your hands, he has been known to unzip a coat or two, he grabs the back of the rake handle while you are using it and he backs up to the Gorilla cart we use for cleanup like he is asking for us to hitch him to it. He must have had some life before he came to live with us. I had been leaving that cart off in the corner of his paddock tipped up so the rain water doesn't collect in it and freeze. Earlier this week my wife and I went out to feed the animals and found him sitting on it, front feet on the ground but his his ass on the tipped up end of the cart like it was a stool for a horse. Needless to say I removed it from the paddock. There's no telling what he will get into next. I can't believe someone sent a horse with that much personality to slaughter. He is safe now.

I used track #221162 for the music in this but shortened it for the video. Enjoy the clown show. There is a piece of video in it where Tumbleweed is tormenting the hell out of his brother to get back at him for being a bully.

[youtube]ofdjM9S903g[/youtube]


Awesome video Ron and that Tumbleweed sounds like a real character. You need a really big room in the house with a huge couch!! :D
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