Yesterday, May 28th, 2022, I hosted the Rocky Mountain Synthesizer Meet Done Day Concert. It was amazing!
A huge thanks to the 18 artists who submitted an amazing variety of videos. And congrats to some of you who took the big step into music video creation for the first time.
Thanks to all those who came out to the watch the show and participate in the chat. Mega-thanks to those behind-the-scenes who helped me pull off the show. I list them in the tshow credits below.
The video is now available in replay including the Live Chat replay https://youtu.be/Vqp2XshVv8o.
Each submission was between 4 and 15 minutes long.
I spent a few hours today (along with some help from my wife) to create chapter markers for the event.
Please note, we had an issue during the beginning of live broadcast resulting in the first 6 videos being streamed in mono and not stereo. To honor the hard work of the performers, we circled back and replayed these 6 videos in stereo at the end of the normally scheduled stream. In other words we went for another hour.
For these 6 videos, I offer two chapter links. The first is the initial presentation of these videos in mono preserves the initial Live Chat audience reaction to these works. The second link is a replay of these videos in their full glorious stereo form with Live Chat from folks who joined later or who hung out an extra hour to hear these in stereo.
I’m putting a screen grab from the YouTube markers here for reference. For chapter markers with hyperlinks see description in YouTube video here https://youtu.be/Vqp2XshVv8o.
- Click the more button on YouTube to reveal the chapter markers and credits
- Select “Live chat replay” to see all comments as they unfold
- If you haven’t done so, please SUBSCRIBE to the channel. Once we get over 100 subscribers we can set a human readable URL.
Show Credits and Thanks:
Again, thanks to all the performers who put their time and creative energy into creating music videos – All those who took the time to see the show live.
- Michael O’Bannon for suggesting this show idea
- Victoria Lundy for our logo and show banners
- Eddie Corcoran for helping sequence the playlist
- Christoph Scholtes for having my back for an emergency phone-a-streamyard-friend call which got us back in stereo
- Huston Singletary for helping troubleshoot stereo issues during the livestream
- Jeanne Mosher for helping with Streamyard artist banners and YouTube chapter markers
- https://DoneDay.org for creating this annual celebration of drone, community, and experimental sounds. Drone Day was dreamed by MCLF (https://marieflanagan.com) of Weird Canada (https://weirdcanada.com) and vibrated into existence by communities and droners around the world.