BillScates’s two hundred and seventy-eight comments

  • Re: The Raggle Taggle Gypsies

    Really two tunes here Wanpanfam. "The Congress" seems to be squeezed in as a break. Planxty did this years ago but sequed into "Tabhair dom do laimh". more…

  • Re: The Morning Dew

    A tutorial by the man himself. more…

  • Re: Crocker Farm Winery

    Session is no longer active. more…

  • Re: Tune to go with Si Beag Si Mor?

    "Ar Eireann ni neosainn ce hi" played as a slow air. more…

  • Re: Gan to the Pub

    A collection of pub songs, the old and the new. more…

  • Carbon fiber tone ring for tenor banjo

    Has anyone tried a carbon fiber tone ring on the tenor banjo? more…

  • Re: How Do Bands Divide Their Earnings?

    Back 'n the day, my father-in-law had a band that debuted on "Ted Mack's Amateur Hour" and later with Pat Boone, (that's how far back,) and he always said they couldn't make a crumb because the fiddle player got all the money. more…

  • Re: Things getting moving again (UK and elsewhere?)

    Don't see an end in sight here in the states. No national leadership.. too many people thinking their "rights" are being violated if they're asked to wear masks or even admit the virus is real. If we'd done as New Zealand, closed down for a month and foll... more…

  • Re: split-screen video editors

    Nice work DonaldK! I could tolerate a video not in HD but not cell phone audio quality.. We use a technique similar to that described in your last paragraph. Goes like this: (1) acquire audio tracks, process and mixdown with DAW to produce a master. (2) E... more…

  • Re: split-screen video editors

    Thanks Pete. Movavi for Windows uses overlays to do what iMovie can do, (and probably a bit more.) But the key thing you mentioned was saving and re-importing video clips. Using that technique in Movavi we could stack two three-screen clips and catch all ... more…