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Here is a little cyber-jam video of myself and the talented Sam Coulson. Enjoy!

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Comment by Andrew Redmond on March 16, 2010 at 11:11pm
This is incredible. Wow.
Comment by Tim Weber on February 27, 2010 at 7:58am
YA, before & after ....... the C.O.A. alumni flailing away at Ner Ner while Pelosi, Dolce, etc. blow effortlessly through the tune!
I like the dunking idea, but maybe a virtual dunking? Video games on G.I.?!! Your students would never stop trying to drop your butt in the water! Haha.
The technology is beyond me too; don't even have a video camera.... oh wait, one computer does have a webcam after all.... hmmmm......... need to learn how to use that??!
I had originally just thought of audio file-sharing, like laying the backing tracks for a tune down with melody, and leaving solo sections open. If that file was sent to a couple of eager G.I. folks, we could get a few versions of the same tune. Once I'm settled in the new place (hopefully with Pro Tools and an Eleven Rack to record!!), I'll give it a shot.
Comment by Steve Manning on February 26, 2010 at 1:32pm
Tim, I may be able to put together our little guitar player social network here but this syncing up video and audio is beyond me. Total newb. I'd probably have one guy looking the wrong way and the audio track would sound like it was in another time zone. Maybe ask Paul, aka Riffguy directly his technique/advice. I see potential-especially for a before and after type idea one screen displaying one of us ahem maybe me, trying to negotiate Code like changes with John or Michael, Paul or Scott etc navigating them with grace and ease in the after. Then maybe have the before guy splash down into a water tank-still plugged in.
Comment by Tim Weber on February 25, 2010 at 11:39pm
Hey, cool! We need to find out how to do this, so G.I. members can pair up and throw down (although maybe a little slower than these two dudes; I'm too old to move that fast!!)! Blazers and jazzers, folk and pop, whatever. Maybe a G.I. split-screen backing track vid can be posted that we can all download and play over? Steve; ideas here? Otherwise, more file-sharing duets possible? Chime in, tech-savvy members.
Comment by Jim McIntyre on February 23, 2010 at 2:10pm
Guys... very VERY COOL!

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