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Sequencing Class at Christmas Expo


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I'll be teaching 3 blocks of sequencing classes on Friday 7/17 at Christmas Expo in Ft. Worth. I go over my fun and easy process for sequencing songs using Light-O-Rama Sequence Editor, and leveraging features in Audacity, and Nutcracker. We start at zero and end with a finished sequenced song.

 

08:30 - 09:30 am, 09:45 - 10:45 am, 11:00 - 12:00 pm 

 

I had great fun doing this last year. This year I added a bunch of new tricks including some learned at last year's expo, plus I sprinkle in some RGB.

 

See you at Expo.

 


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Wish I was going.  Are you going to record any of it?

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What song are you using this year?

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it would make a nice you tube video for us people up in the great white north

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Wish I could be there, but duty calls....     Maybe next year.    Save a seat for me in 2016. 

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your class overlaps with some other's I'm interested in, I may have to run back and forth

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Last year I did "Let it Go".

This year I'm doing the hot song for 2015, "Jingle Bells".

Probably won't record the session just because it's more complicated.

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Also this year will also be featuring...   (She helps with the timings, so she is going to help teach the class)

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that's what kids are for

Mine moved out just in time(for them)

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Hope to be at the Expo next year as I will be retired. If I can learn to live on a fixed income. Kansas City would be a good central place to have the Expo.

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Hi john, very nice. So similar to what I do but u captured the steps. One question? On the slide that talks about converting audacity label file into centiseconds, should that be multiply by 100 not by 10?

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Great presentation.  Learned a lot just going throught the slides.  Sorry I can't be there.  Might be a great webinar.

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Always learning something new from you..wish i could have gone....thanks for the Slides....

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