The battery's were running low, so I had to change them (hence you will see a photo replacement also from the same day and location right after 46th St for a few seconds).
56th St is still under reconstruction.
The recording for 60th St was rolled way back in place of when 56th St's announcement would play.
Notes about the original video:
I had to splice the video from 40th to 46th as it turned out dark.
Past 63rd, I was originally aiming for the railfan seat earlier. When the person got up, I jumped too fast for the seat not realizing that I'd just had ruined a straight forward video out the storm door(the quality gets alittle off, just feels different when you're seated). Plus at 69th St my battery's died mid way into the station(Can't remember if I replaced them with cheap battery's or replaced them with used battery's)
This video is dedicated to the NVYSL (North Valley Youth Soccer League) girls soccer team "RAGE", which is no more.
Many of the team members had been together for years, initially playing under the team name "CRAZY LEGS". Under the guidance of their outstanding coach, they eventually developed into a highly skilled championship caliber team. The team's determination to win, their playing skills, and relentless aggression on the field was evident at every game they played. The team was appropriately renamed "RAGE".
The pressure and expectations that came with each victory overwhelmed the team members, as they kept demanding more and more from each other. The team was eventually disbanded at the end of the 2006 spring season. They were at the height of their success. It was a sad thing for all, because it was always such a beautiful and wonderful experience to watch them play.
I was inspired by the video "Free Hugs". If you're familiar with it you'll notice I used the same music and copied the editing style.
Tony Carey born in the U.S.He stared at a young age.A very talented person capaple of playing basically any insrument.He also writes.He and his producer&engerneer are Planet P.he had to change the name after it's release in 1982 0r 3''Im sure Leornard'''-Pink World channel''would know the answer on the year.Cool channel if you like Tony check it out.Due to a group called Planet something that started with a ''P''after that it was Planet P Project. But my album cover just says Planet P,with the MTV hit WHY ME.Anyway Tony moved to Germany in the late 80's& you can still find him there today!And yes,he is still playing! Note:This song does not appear on the CD-Pink World.
- Just a short improvisation on acoustic guitar while "sultans of swing" live version plays on CD ...
Sorry for the poor quality of video... hope that the sound is better...
Don't hesitate to comment or rate the music!
- A great song, an incredible guitar playing by Mark Knopfler, with Dire Straits in 1977. Knopfler plays guitar not with a mediator on the right hand, but with his fingers, in a style called "finger picking". The two guitar solos of the studio's version of "Sultans Of Swing" are famous. For the critics, his guitar solo is one of the greatest guitar solo of rock music.
- Playing and improvising with the masterpiece "sultans of swing" is a great way to learn or improve scales, rythm, tempo, harmony, melody, improvisation (and so on...) while the CD plays... a very good exercise for brain and fingers...
For me, improvize on a song is an interesting way to understand the structure of the song, because you have to play notes depending on the structure of the chords.
I played it in "finger picking", and I think it's also interesting to use finger picking in order to play your solos or improvisations... I agree, it's easy to say and difficult to do, so if I like the song, it become funnier for me to work music and guitar!
In fact, far far far ... (you can add a lot of "far" )... away from Knopfler 's level, but the goal is also to have fun when playing guitar!
- I made an other improvisation with an electric guitar on "six blade knife" :
- Sultans of swing : original version *******fr.youtube****/watch?v=lyh0dhCekt0
- Some great live versions of SOS :
- Live in 1978 ("Whistle test"): *******fr.youtube****/watch?v=_duNqDMSQDU&feature=related
- Live in 1984 ("Alchemy" album) : *******fr.youtube****/watch?v=yQoZmYUuvXw&feature=related
- live in 1992 ("On every street" tour):
- Live in 1996 ("Golden Heart" tour): *******fr.youtube****/watch?v=z2nQZPC2uTs
- SOS Live in Paris, 2008 :
- Une petite "impro" à l'acoustique pendant que joue "sultans of swing" sur CD... une bonne et plaisante manière d'apprendre... sur une grande chanson et l'un des plus beaux "solo de guitare" du rock!
Lyrics of Green Day - Boulevard of Broken Dreams. A great acoustic song to listen and play
NOTE: This is not my song. Full credit for this song goes to the band Green Day and all its members and to their recod label. This not my property and is only being used for fun and musical enjoyment
Some sadistic level designer hacked a Super Mario Bros. ROM to make it nearly impossible to play.
Note: I'm not playing in video.
Rom with emulator and other games:
OR MegaUpload mirror
OR HotFile mirror
Hacked ROM is the one with the ### in the beginning.
Part 1 of Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven in C# minor.
Hey guys, hope you enjoy part one.
Please leave me some notes on how to improve my tutorial videos - Any comments are appreciated.
Here are all the notes for Part 1. This should be used in conjunction with the video as this will probably be hard to follow if just read by itself. I'm hoping this isn't too complicated; if it is please let me know and then I'll try to make it better.
Notes to the left of the slash are what the left hand plays and what's right of the slash are what the right hand plays. Notes that are together with no commas in between are to be played together (as can be seen by octaves in the left hand). If there is a dash to the left of the slash, nothing is played in the left hand.
When there is a x2 or x4 with the notes, only the right hand is to be played that many times. Hopefully this can be of help, if not I'll try to make it easier to understand. :)
C#C# / G#, C#, E x4
BB / G#, C#, E x4
AA / A, C#, E x2
F#F# / A, D, F# x2
G#G# / G#, C, F#
- / G#, C#, E
G#G# / G#, C#, D#
- / F#, C, D#
C#G#C# / E, G#, C#
- / G#, C#, E x2
- / G#G#, C#, E, (high)G#
CG#C / G#G#, D#, F#
- / G#, D#, F# x2
- / G#G#, D#, F#, (high)G#
C#C# / G#G#, C#, E
- / G#, C#, E
F#F# / AA, C#, F#
- / A, C#, F#
BB / G#G#, B, E
- / G#, B, E
BB / AF#, B, D#
- / AB (long stretch), B, D#
Twin Solid State Musical Tesla coils playing the Zelda theme song.
The music that you hear is coming from the sparks that these two identical high power solid state Tesla coils are generating. There are no speakers involved. The Tesla coils stand 7 feet tall and are each capable of putting out over 12 foot of spark. They are spaced about 18 feet apart. The coils are controlled over a fiber optic link by a single laptop computer. Each coil is assigned to a midi channel which it responds to by playing notes that are programed into the computer software. What is not obvious is how loud the coils are. They are well over 110dB. Listen for the echo after the notes stop. These coils were constructed by Steve Ward and Jeff Larson. Programming and musical content by Steve Ward. Video was captured by Terry Blake and edited by Jeff Larson.
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Story behind the song:
Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp Nelson were booked for a Piano Guys show in Hawaii. How could we resist filming our next video in the land of Aloha -- beautiful beaches, green mountains, and fresh pineapple?? We went to our Founders and Facebook fans to ask what song they wanted us to play there. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" was the nearly-unanimous response. But you know how we are ... we couldn't "just" do this tune by itself...so in the studio we found a made-in-heaven matchup in the timeless melody from the Shaker Hymn "Simple Gifts" written in the 1800's (also used by Aaron Copland in his Ballet "Appalachian Spring"). We feel it's an especially appropriate mash-up because of our profound love and respect for the Hawaiian culture -- a people who are so good at finding happiness in simplicity. As you probably could hear we borrowed a lot of ideas from Iz's version which has become the stuff of legend. This arrangement is, in part, a tribute to him.
Getting a piano onto a sandy beach and then onto a big hill in a famous ranch within the SAME day (we only had 8 hours to film) was no small feat. The only thing harder would be to be predict Hawaiian weather, which ended up being our biggest challenge.
"We had a little extra help on this one. My mother, Lynne Sanders Nelson -- a main source of my inspiration for pursuing music -- passed away early in life from the effects of a brain tumor. She was an incredibly-gifted musician and taught me to play music passionately rather than just playing 'notes' on a page. 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow' was one of her favorite songs. We finished this arrangement on what would have been her 70th birthday. Somehow she helped. I miss her so very much, but when I play songs like this I feel like I get to be with her again. This song is dedicated to her."
-Steven Sharp Nelson
Thank you so much to the Kualoa Ranch who bent over backwards last-minute for us and provided us such a beautiful place to shoot. Visit their site at *******www.kualoa**** -- when you visit Hawaii be sure to stop by and take a tour -- its where dozens of huge blockbluster movies/tv shows have been filmed.
This song is dedicated to
Lynne Sanders Nelson, The Hill Family, J. Mueller, & the people of Hawaii
Pounders Beach, North Shore, Oahu Hawaii
Kualoa Ranch, North Shore, Oahu Hawaii (This is the place to go for sightseeing on Oahu!)
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Over the Rainbow music written by Harold E. Arlen in 1939 for the movie "Wizard of Oz" -- originally performed by Judy Garland
Published by EMI Feist Catalog, Inc.
Inspired, in part, by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's cover
Simple Gifts written by Joseph Brackett in 1848
Arrangement produced by Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson
Arrangement written by Jon Schmidt, Al van der Beek & Steven Sharp Nelson
Video produced by Paul Anderson and Tel Stewart
Piano: Jon Schmidt
Electric/Acoustic Cellos: Steven Sharp Nelson
Vocals: Al van der Beek
Percussion: Steven Sharp Nelson & Al van der Beek
Recorded, mixed & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studio
The Bubblegum Sequencer is a physical step sequencer that lets you create drumloops by arranging colored balls on a tangible surface. It generates MIDI events and can be used as an input device to control audio hardware and software. Finally, people can't claim anymore that electronic music isn't handmade.
For more information, visit *******backin.de/gumball
Update: In some instances, the sequencer plays notes that aren't actually on the table. This is due to the computer vision picking up background light and general noise.
Edit: A lot of people have been asking me which episodes are which. Please read below to see what episode is when.
So... I recently remember how much I LOVED this show when I was younger. So I decided to make a tribute to it. I do not own any of the characters, their voices, the art, or anything except the creativity of the collage and the order in which they appear.
WARNING: The volume fluctuates VERY loud and then very quiet. Sorry about that.
0:00 - 0:06 - The Eraser
0:07 - 0:09 - Black Widows
0:10 - 17:00 - Game Girls
0:18 - 0:39 - Child's Play (Note: Sam is the one that un-plugged the machine)
0:40 - 0:50 - Do you Believe in Magic
0:51 - 1:01 - The Get Away
1:02 - 1:35 - Do You Believe in Magic
1:36 - 1:49 - The New Jerry
1:50 - 1:52 - The Get Away
1:53 - 2:03 - Black Widows
2:07 - 2:17 - Game Girls
2:18 - 2:24 - Shrinking
2:25 - 2:30 - Escape from WOOHP Island (I believe...)
2:31 - 2:43 - The New Jerry
2:44 - 2:49 - Shrinking
2:50 - 2:54 - Game Girls
End: Totally Spies theme song.
This is a hacker that I recorded Hacking he admitted he was hacking.
He stated that there was no admins and no way to kick him as he mocked every one.
called IW morons that i can agree with.
This proves that match making is a terrible way to have multi player games set up with. for online play.
NOTE: That was not the Real sXePhil. I was playing under sXePhil to take some screen shots and edit some images together. to send them to Phil as a joke. Im a big fan of his show, And it was only so happen that i found this hacker as i was winning matches to get the images I needed.
As I was recording I was not thinking of my name at the time. I am sorry to any 1 that maybe mad over this.
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a clip from the movie crossroads portraying Ralph Macchio (the karate kid) playing a badass guitar solo.
Info from IMDB****
"Though the blues guitar sounds aren't truly coming from Ralph Macchio's fingers, the actor is actually playing note for note the music of Steve Vai and Ry Cooder. His fingering, slides and bends are precise until the "main" solo, which incorporates Paganini's 5th Caprice, in which it is obvious he is not fingering the correct location on the guitar, as well with the patterns, this can be seen since he uses mainly the same pattern (scale on the top frets, then another one in the bottom frets) and all the scale portion of it, the scales are shifting and changing sound, but his patterns remain the same."
"Steve Vai played both sides of the guitar duel, while acting as Jack Butler, the devil's guitarist. Ry Cooder recorded the slide parts and produced the soundtrack."
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With its 58th announcement, Diynamic presents a three track Various Artists EP which will surely make every club and Open Air go insane. Nobody Else is a collaboration between Netherlands export Karmon and NTFO, who already appears on the Various Artist EP and on H.O.S.H.'s latest EP. "Nobody Else" already got huge attention by the club scene. With its bouncy baseline and its driving hats highlighted by spherically playful notes "Nobody Else" immediately casts a spell over you. With his second contribution, Karmon creates a wonderful interaction between good and evil. With the funky brass synth on top of a pumping baseline "Wowshit" is a worthy employer name for this EP and a proof for of what 24 year old Karmon is capable of. On the B Side Betoko delivers a melodic dance tune. "Raining Again" convinces by a deep male vocal with is supported by dramatic organs and a bouncy baseline. To be honest, the meaning of the hook is familiar to everyone..
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(Link for the Template neck)
(The lead guitar was recorded in timing but the metronome click was added afterwhile when editing the video so there is little latency, sounds a bit out.)
Welcome for this sweeping lesson.
Inspired by Johann Pachelbel (not JS.Bach like mentioned by mistake in the intro credit), The mini canon is my adaptation of the famous chords progression. If you are a new comer with sweeping technique this is the right lesson because it's melodic, sounds great at any speed and also because it's a classic so you have to know it!
On each chord goes a 16th triplet's group of notes. Each group of 16th note is the very arpeggio taken from the chord. So you find the same notes. Everything is played over 5 strings.
What is an arpeggio?
An arpeggio is the notes of a chord played separately (one after each other). For example: you can play a chord with open strings and let ring each note or chose to fret each note on a different place on the fingerboard.
What is "sweeping"?
"Sweeping" is a technique where you pick each string "downstroke" for ascending and "upstroke" for descending. Once mastered, this technique allows to play quite fast.
Notice that it is important to play each note separately then. The 1st note must stop rigging when the 2nd note starts and so on.
That's why it's difficult at beginning. It's a matter of synchronisation between the pick and the left hand (fingerboard hand).
So I advice to practice palm mute at the beginning by muting the strings at the bridge with your right hand's palm so that the sound of each note keep under control.
The "mini Canon":
Those arpeggios here are made of 3 sounds or notes. Major(1st - 3rd - 5th) and Minor (1st- minor 3rd - 5th)
Basically you have to learn one position for the minor and one position for the major to be abble to play it.
What I find interesting in this exercise is that it uses different posibilities of fingerings.
Lets scheddule those 2 bars in 8 sections (1section/chord). [2majors, 2 minors, 4 majors] with 4 differents arpeggios positions. Those 4 positions are the most overknown positions in Shred style simply because they are the easiest ( or less challenging) to play and are very used in neo-classical music.
There a countless variations possibles then but (IMO) it's good to start with those ones.
1- E (major) upstroke and pull-off, upstroke, upstroke, upstroke, upstroke.
2- B (major) Downstroke and hammer on, downstroke, downstroke, downstroke, downstroke
/!\On fret 16th (D/G/B strings) play with the lefthand 2nd finger. Its difficult to play notes separately then.
3- C# (minor) upstroke and pull-off, upstroke, upstroke, upstroke, upstroke.
4- G# (minor) Downstroke and hammer on, downstroke, downstroke, downstroke, downstroke
/!\ On fret 14th (G/B strings) play with 3rd finger.
5- A (major) same than for the first E section but starts on the 12th fret.
6- E (major) same than for B section but starts on the 7th fret.
7- A (major) same than for the first E section but starts on the 12th fret.
8- B (major) same than for the first E section but starts on the 14th fret.
Memorize all the notes and practice very, very slowly at beginning. Then practice with metronome at slow speed. Remember to play 6 notes/beat for 16th triplets. Don't mistaken playing fast and rushing notes. You must hear each single note, not only the first and the last. Practice with crunch or clean sound at beginning.
I hope you like this lesson. I want to thank this great website for hosting this free lesson. Don't forget to bookmark my web site!
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I Just Got Griefed - Minecraft Parody
It sucks when you work really hard building your world and a bunch of griefers come in and destroy it! Have you ever been griefed? Are you a griefer? Thanks for watching this song and I hope you'll consider leaving it a like and a favorite if you enjoyed it.
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