On 07/04/2011 05:24 PM, drew wrote:
I have some [somewhere] old versions/recordings of Sousa's Band!!!!
These were digitalized from the cylinder recordings - i.e. that era.
Scratchy, you bet, but it is recording of Sousa's Band doing the music
that made Sousa famous. I was looking for sound track music for some
old silent movies I have on the subject of early railroads, including
many old Edison movies. I thought that having recording from that time
would be good to be the background music for movies of that era.
On Mon, 2011-07-04 at 16:38 -0400, drew wrote:
On Mon, 2011-07-04 at 11:40 -0400, drew wrote:
So - with that, I'll stop, for an hour or so, and get ready for the
Alright - used the time after the conf. call to just do a litle video
edit..lost Italo for the moment...so updated the file on the local
server ...no voice over..no soundtrack, w/one small exception...
Overall this has the pace..now a message..and maybe get Italo back
and just for kicks - added a sound track - STILL the voice over to go...
so, this is me thinking cheesy Hula music...Don Ho..
Would you prefer a waltz by a marching band, circa 1905...?
So if you want some of these recordings, I can upload them and give you
Now who thinks that listening to Sousa's music played by Sousa's Band is
a great idea?
El Capitan, American Patrol, Liberty Bell March, The Stars and Stripes
Forever, and many more.
Switched from OpenSpot to pitivi for sound...much, much better..
Anyeay - the one graphic, SELF, needs fixed..but that is LibO Draw ->
ext PNG -> use OpenShot scene project file to generate mp4
Open OpenShot project for full length video, uses 4 scenes as .mp4 files
-> generate mp4
Open pitivi project file for July4th-Video final -> generate (ogv, mp4)
anyway - off to try the other sound track...
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