Started by johnnYYac, Jan 25, 2013, 08:31 pm
Quote from: Mr. White on Aug 21, 2017, 10:16 pmThanks! I'm glad people are enjoying these soundboard recordings. I do hope others will discover their "Official Bootlegs" and purchase all of them too, like I did. The only thing I fear is that if I make these too available, people might forego getting the recordings on their own and just listen/watch the videos I've made. That's why I'm making them "Unlisted", especially when they are available for purchase. Plus, it makes them less likely to be noticed and taken down. Although, I don't think the band minds too much. Also, I love these recordings so very much. I hardly ever listen to studio albums anymore. There's so much awesome live stuff available that I feel they need all my attention. Now, I can simply go to my Playlists to find my Soundboard Videos and hit play on the Roku/YouTube connection, and I'll have hours of endless top quality MMJ to listen to.
Quote from: Mr. White on Aug 21, 2017, 10:51 pmLonndown27, this re-do of the Red Rocks 2012 show wasn't as difficult as all I had to do for the other ones where I used Audience/Fan Videos. I already had this show on a DVD I made from the original AXSTV broadcast (can't do that kind of stuff now since they have embedded some sort of signal in almost everything on TV these days that disables the record function on my DVD Recorder). I made DVD's of the whole 3 hours and 25 minutes in several record quality modes. This one is the best quality where I had to split the whole thing up into 4 parts (they were already uploaded to my Full Shows Playlist on YouTube). The sound was from the TV broadcast, of course, and it had a bad mix and had too much of the audience in it. I had to put the 4 parts together into 1 long show, but I had to add all the songs individually (used the Official Bootleg from Livedownloads/Nugs). I did have to do a little bit of editing. When they went to the encore break, AXSTV decided to play a clip of Holdin' On To Black Metal while an announcer hyped the rest of the tour. While doing that, they missed part of Jim talking. On another section, the audio left off something that the TV broadcast had (I think it was Jim talking about Jason Noble who had died that day back in Louisville). I had to use the lower volume of the TV broadcast for that part and for the intro while they are filming the audience before the show starts. Unfortunately, the widescreen thing didn't happen with my recording, so there are the black bars going down the left and right sides. At least the sound ROCKS now!
Quote from: Mr. White on Aug 22, 2017, 09:07 pmLonndown27, I'm pretty sure you can watch them from my Playlist on your Roku. I walked my brother through it on the phone one time, and he was able to find them. I'm logged in to my account, so all my videos show up for me (even the ones that are "Restricted" by YouTube Worldwide ... I guess it's because I uploaded them in the first place and can still view them). What you have to do is go to YouTube, find/search for Darkstarflashes (which I'm sure you are familiar with), look for my Playlists, and then you can select which one to view/watch. The best one is the "My Soundboard Audio Videos" Playlist. I've recently updated it with the new Red Rocks 2012 show. Also, there are several I haven't shared here or on the Facebook Fan Club page yet. There are also a couple of Half Shows there too. Here's the link to my YouTube Channel again.This is the link to the page with all the Playlists. I plan on making more soon.https://www.youtube.com/user/darkstarflashes/playlists
Quote from: Mr. White on Oct 06, 2017, 10:21 amSoundboard Audio"Smokin' From Shootin'"San Francisco12/2/2011
Quote from: Mr. White on Oct 24, 2017, 10:31 amGoing to post this Jim and John Prine song from this year's Newport Folk Festival show where they performed "All The Best". This is in honor of my father who is about to die. He's a real big John Prine fan and even spotted him in a restaurant in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky (where I was born and raised) and stood up to shake his hand as he and a friend were about to leave the little restaurant in Central City, called The Royal Palms. He introduced me to him too. I was probably 10 to 12 years old back in the late 1970's. This video is an original Tanya Kang video she so expertly filmed, and I've dubbed the official NPR audio over it. The sound is a bit low but worth cranking up...so CRANK IT! Thanks Tanya Kang! Thanks Jim! Thanks John Prine. Thanks Newport! Thanks NPR! Thanks dad! I showed this to my dad a few weeks ago, and he really gets it. He knows Jim cares and is one with the music. We all are. Music heals. Let it do it's job.
Quote from: Mr. White on Dec 24, 2017, 08:29 pm"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"
Quote from: Mr. White on Apr 04, 2018, 12:36 amMy Morning Jacket"War Begun" into "I Will Sing You Songs" - Live on 12/29/2012 - Port Chester, New Yorkhttp://nugs.net/browse/music/8831/My-Morning-Jacket-mp3-flac-download-12-29-2012-The-Capitol-Theatre-Port-Chester-NYVideo footage from WLKY 32 in Louisville and Herald Leader News in Lexington along with photos of the Kentucky Teachers Rally in Frankfort, Kentucky on Monday, April 2, 2018 - I was there with my wife on the 3rd step from the top level right in front of the doors to the Kentucky State Capitol Building. (Some of the video footage is mine. About half of the photos are mine as well.)