EDIT- This list is on the wilds of YouTube. It will include players of all skills levels. I would hope that you all remember that and treat people with respect.
The other day someone was asking about how to find videos people have posted on YouTube. You may remember we had a channel for a while, but it involved a lot of backend uploading on this end or sharing a public password for the whole account with tons of people. That's not the case for a simple playlist though!
So, here is the idea. You share the url of a video you want to put on the official MBH members playlist and I'll add it to the playlist. Just put the link below. To start, I think we'll go with a Performances and a Tutorials playlist, although if other people have other ideas, let me know.
Just share the url on this link. When people share a lot of videos on a thread it can make the thread load slowly. Once we get a few posts I'll create the playlist and share the link on this thread. I'll also put a link on the FAQ page so people can find this thread to add links to both it and the playlists on the FAQ page.
Looking forward to seeing what you guys post, Nate
Done and done. (Sorry I missed the post for a couple weeks Bronze... didn't see it. Very nice.)
Doug, you know, I always find it weird that more venues don't automatically record things straight off the board. They could even give you an unmixed copy that you could remaster for almost no cost as a throw in for playing their venue. I've tried to convince some sound guys I know this, but they never listen.
@nacoran Thanks! Regarding board audio, the venue didn't record it. The band that we opened for, Surreal Deal, has their own digital board they use to manage sound, and their sound man recorded it. The videographer updates her work to improve her videos when she gets board audio, and it takes time and effort.
None of our venues bother to record; it is up to the band. I wish I had audio of more of my gigs, either paying gigs with one of my bands or in side-man projects. Playing side-man for that group was a lot of fun, even though it was done for free as part of the benefit. Sometimes (but not always) by sitting in or playing benefits with bands I have later picked up paying gigs as a sideman. One band used me for a year. Regardless, it is fun to play with good bands, and as a retiree the money is secondary to my enjoyment. I stocked up on harps and gear with gig money over the years, and now it is optional to be payed for making music, though nice... ----------