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Re: EDP Tutorial Video

RE: Video Tutorial

With the proliferation of near-Pro quality video
cameras today, especially the digital cams from
Sony, an instructional video can be produced
on the cheap easily. Independent filmmakers
routinely produce shorts and whole movies for
between $0 - $10,000 using scrounged equipment
and talent.

All you need at minimum is a cameraperson,
soundperson and good lighting. A video of
this type can be shot in someone's livingroom,
studio, wherever you want.

Script the instructional content very tightly,
covering all the bases, and shoot it. Simple.


- Larry T

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kim Flint" <kflint@annihilist.com>
To: <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2000 5:28 AM
Subject: Re: EDP Tutorial Video

> At 10:36 PM -0700 4/27/00, Jordan Pease wrote:
> >I'm kinda surprised that there hasn't been more discussion about this
> >idea. I agree that waiting for Gibson to produce a video may be a bit...
> >excruciating.
> >
> >I'm really curious what Kim has to say about this idea.
> I'm not sure why my opinion is so important, or why it's more important
> than what Matthias already said about it. But you asked, so here goes:
> Instructional video, great idea. We've wanted to do one for many years.
> nobody has the time or the money. I don't know exactly how much it costs
> produce something like that, but if somebody could please send me 
> I'll see to it that it gets done. :-)
> In addition to videos, I think it would be great if people wrote
> instructional books, taught classes at the community center, held
> gave private lessons, etc. There should be a loop teacher in the back 
> of every music store in the land, in the little room where the guitar
> teacher used to be.
> >If LD can produce compilation CDs- Why not a tutorial video ?  I would
> >think there would be a real interest in buying it. I doubt that anyone
> >on this list knows all there is to know about this 'art-form' called
> >looping. What if people just sent-in their own submissions and someone
> >edited and compiled them ? That would be a start  !
> >
> >
> >Come-on you guys: this list is supposed to be about stuff like THIS !
> >Let's make it happen !
> go to it. every other instrument has a small cottage industry of
> educational materials surrounding it. Why not this one?
> kim
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