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Re: Performance Videos

Postby Crumbso » Wed Jul 25, 2018 9:49 am

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Nice!! I love the production on this. Too many videos are just a dude in front of a shitty webcam with his head cut off. Have you thought about putting vocals to it as well?

Thanks dude! Starting to get back into making these now that I have a bit of actual production quality. Didn’t do vocals with this one because I don’t have the chops and don’t have many friends into this music who do. Recorded Dust as well that same day, but my next project is Achilles and I’m hoping to have vocals on that, if not full band


Excellent playing there. It's not an easy song at all either, much harder than its poppy nature makes it seem.

I'd be happy to contribute vox if you need someone.
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Re: Performance Videos

Postby TenaciousBe » Sat Jul 28, 2018 3:29 am

TenaciousBe wrote:This one is a couple years old, but one of my favorites -- doing a cover of John Corabi's song "If I Had a Dime" (from his Unplugged album a few years back) at an open mic in Minneapolis.

*EDIT* You know, listening back to this, I actually played it much faster than I do nowadays. It's funny how songs change and evolve over the years, even if it's your cover of someone else's song.



Quoting myself, because I got an updated version of this song last week and I want to have them side by side for comparison. :)

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Re: Performance Videos

Postby Crumbso » Mon Jul 30, 2018 5:33 am

TenaciousBe wrote:
TenaciousBe wrote:This one is a couple years old, but one of my favorites -- doing a cover of John Corabi's song "If I Had a Dime" (from his Unplugged album a few years back) at an open mic in Minneapolis.

*EDIT* You know, listening back to this, I actually played it much faster than I do nowadays. It's funny how songs change and evolve over the years, even if it's your cover of someone else's song.



Quoting myself, because I got an updated version of this song last week and I want to have them side by side for comparison. :)



It's great man. You seem to have grown in confidence with your stage presence too.
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Re: Performance Videos

Postby Crumbso » Tue Sep 04, 2018 2:57 pm

New live acoustic video from my band:
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Re: Performance Videos

Postby TenaciousBe » Thu Sep 06, 2018 11:29 pm

Crumbso wrote:It's great man. You seem to have grown in confidence with your stage presence too.


Thank you! I've heard that from a couple different places. It's nice when you don't really get nervous to play anymore, you just get excited. :yes

And dig your new video here too! Very nice :)
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Re: Performance Videos

Postby AHart96 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 12:12 pm

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Thanks for the sig Don Harry!

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Re: Performance Videos

Postby TenaciousBe » Wed Oct 03, 2018 4:51 am

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Dude, nice!! I'm loving these videos.

On a side note, I also love the guitar, and the playing of said guitar with autographs on it. Did you do anything to protect the signatures? I have a Tremonti SE (the older style) signed by the band as well, and I sort of messed it up a few years ago by trying to apply a layer of clear coat over the top, but being young and dumb, I grabbed matte finish and now I have a big spot across the guitar that doesn't really shine like it should. Not that noticeable from a distance, but still annoying.
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Re: Performance Videos

Postby AHart96 » Wed Oct 03, 2018 10:43 am

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Dude, nice!! I'm loving these videos.

On a side note, I also love the guitar, and the playing of said guitar with autographs on it. Did you do anything to protect the signatures? I have a Tremonti SE (the older style) signed by the band as well, and I sort of messed it up a few years ago by trying to apply a layer of clear coat over the top, but being young and dumb, I grabbed matte finish and now I have a big spot across the guitar that doesn't really shine like it should. Not that noticeable from a distance, but still annoying.

Thanks man! Plenty more coming in the near future.

As far as the guitar, I haven’t done anything to protect the signatures outside of avoiding resting my arm on the those spots and cleaning/polishing around those signatures. Has worked out alright for me so far, though my B-Marsh sig has faded a good bit. Mark’s signature is the oldest and at a great spot to avoid fading, which is what matters most to me
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Re: Performance Videos

Postby TenaciousBe » Wed Oct 03, 2018 11:33 pm

Playing this Saturday night at a local brewery. Excited! Glad it won't be outdoors this time...

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Re: Performance Videos

Postby Jaded Rescue » Tue Oct 09, 2018 11:56 am

TenaciousBe wrote:Playing this Saturday night at a local brewery. Excited! Glad it won't be outdoors this time...


Your voice is sounding really solid on this one dude! And props for playing in bad weather. Back when I did marching band in high school we had to perform in cold rain one time, it was such a miserable experience. My hands were almost numb by the time we were done.

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Re: Performance Videos

Postby TenaciousBe » Wed Oct 10, 2018 4:05 am

Jaded Rescue wrote:Your voice is sounding really solid on this one dude! And props for playing in bad weather. Back when I did marching band in high school we had to perform in cold rain one time, it was such a miserable experience. My hands were almost numb by the time we were done.


Thanks man! Yeah, the weather wasn't so terrible in this one, just a bit windy (which makes the camera audio crap out here and there), but it was a nice setup. I was opening up for a local cover band that I've gotten to be pretty good friends with, and they had a nice audio setup with a pro running sound for everyone, so that made it extra easy. Performing in cold rain sounds miserable!
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Re: Performance Videos

Postby Jaded Rescue » Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:10 am

TenaciousBe wrote:
Jaded Rescue wrote:Your voice is sounding really solid on this one dude! And props for playing in bad weather. Back when I did marching band in high school we had to perform in cold rain one time, it was such a miserable experience. My hands were almost numb by the time we were done.


Thanks man! Yeah, the weather wasn't so terrible in this one, just a bit windy (which makes the camera audio crap out here and there), but it was a nice setup. I was opening up for a local cover band that I've gotten to be pretty good friends with, and they had a nice audio setup with a pro running sound for everyone, so that made it extra easy. Performing in cold rain sounds miserable!

Nice! It's always great when you have a nice audio setup like that.

And yeah dude, the worst part was wearing the gloves for the uniform. They got soaked from the rain, which just made my hands colder. Crazy to think that was roughly 10 years ago now. Time flies. It was a great experience though.

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Re: Performance Videos

Postby TenaciousBe » Mon Oct 29, 2018 9:16 pm

So I've recently started playing this song out in public, and I'm still not fully sure about it. On one hand, it's a song that always seems to pique people's interest and they seem to really enjoy it, which is probably the biggest thing. On the other hand... well, I always intro the song by saying something like "I've always enjoyed singing this song at home, or around the campfire, but I was never too sure about playing it out in public as I'm not sure I have the vocal range for it. But... let's do it anyway!"

(This one is from a couple weeks ago -- I played it again this past Friday night and I feel like I hit the higher notes a little better than I did on this one, just didn't get video of it. I'm sure it'll get a little easier the more I do it!)

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