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Terpsmurf last won the day on February 13

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  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Just started looking into light displays one year after Christmas, and now it is a major hobby.
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  2. 4 singing xmas trees

    What email? I'll send can't stop that feeling Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Screen Scrape Software

    You can try iSpring also. I use it, and does a great job capturing the audio and video Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Heathen 21 Pilots

    Files sent through Dropbox. Hope they help. Daniel Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. I too would love to get an idea for this sequence. Please send ideas to dpritchett76@yahoo.com. This one is on my to do list to create the singing face sequence, but not sure I am going to have much time in the near future to get it done for this year.
  6. Sucker for Pain Feedback

    Okay, now try. I guess I forgot to hit publish after the upload. Thank you. Look forward to your opinion.
  7. Sucker for Pain Feedback

    I am looking for some feedback on the sequence I have been working on and finished yesterday after about 16 hours of screen time. Just looking for thoughts on whether to use at Halloween or not, plus thoughts on the way I have squeezed 6 vocal parts into 4 faces for the standard 5 mouth movements. I also created it using 5 faces for my display, but I only use 4 mouth movements. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgY_eHqLvFo
  8. Up on the Housetop Sequence Feedback

    I take it you approve of the timings. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Up on the Housetop Sequence Feedback

    I finally finished the entire song. Let me know what you think. There were a few sections that were a little difficult to do, so let me know what you think of the finished product. Although this video is of the 5 mouth movements, I plan to use this song in my display this year with my singing bulbs that have a 4 mouth movement.
  10. Up on the Housetop Sequence Feedback

    I did notice that I had some phonemes reversed on this sequence and a few others. I have gone back and corrected those. I have about 30 seconds left to do on this one. I've been swamped at work and too exhausted the past week to finish. I'll be done very soon though Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Up on the Housetop Sequence Feedback

    Thanks Bill Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. This is a great community, and I am looking for your input. I have been working on the mouth sequence for "Up on the Housetop by Pentatonix" today. I have a short demo (although I haven't added any eye blinks or fades yet. The question I have is really based on the fact that only 3 people are really singing in the original song due to the fact that 2 other members are really providing the beat and music. I have attempted to incorporate a 4th Coro tree into the sequence for some of the Chorus and some sounds. Please tell me your thoughts. I wanted to be sure to use the entire quartet of trees. Does incorporating the 4th tree the way I have work or is it too much? Looking for your feedback positive or negative.
  13. "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" - The Blenders

    I have it the works for another guy, but it will probably be 2 weeks before I can get it finished Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Papagayo Phonemes

    Sarge can you share your visualizer file with the singing trees? dpritchett76@yahoo.com Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Papagayo Phonemes

    I may have missed this somewhere, but what is the standard setup for phonemes to use with the Singing Christmas trees? If someone could screen shot the papagayo setup for the phonemes for the trees it would be appreciated.