It is possible to successfully and reliably get an external microphone working with the Osmo Pocket gimbal camera. I’ll show you what it sounds like with a small external mic and a pro level Audio Technica. It’s a big difference Continue reading “The Truth About External Microphones With The DJI Osmo Pocket Gimbal Camera – How To – With Audio Samples”
Anybody want to go for a ride?
Got this new camera …
Counting the Padiddles!
Osmo Pocket Gimbal Camera Dash Cam, Westerly, RI
A short road trip to Walmart to pick up some Continue reading “Testing the DJI Osmo Pocket Gimbal Camera as a Dash Cam, Westerly, RI”
DJI Osmo Pocket Handheld Video Camera
Both “Dreams” and “Gunpowder and Lead” were recorded with the gimbal camera. You can hear less audio compression being forced onto the signal by the camera on this song, just because the song is not as loud. The audio compression on the camera Continue reading “Review of the DJI Pocket Gimbal Camera”
Rhythm and dance.
And embracing the possibilities of video, on old school music television.
It all started about 30 million copies ago!
“Thriller” changed the world! Continue reading “Thriller, #1”
It’s about time somebody said something about the “My Pillow” guy. I’m a radio announcer by trade, and I find it easy to criticize what we call professionals on TV and radio.
The “My Pillow” guy is not … an announcer. He sounds like what a pillow would sound like Continue reading “The My Pillow Guy, Monetizing Fluff”
It’s just impossible to select a Grateful Dead record out of the many that influenced me, but this double album I’d be proud to be seen carrying around!
After all, this record contains the definitive version Continue reading “Grateful Dead, “Europe ’72!” #2″
I’m watching World of Dance!
I didn’t even know the show existed!
Jennifer Lopez is Continue reading “Monkey and The Engineer (Music Video)”
Double album heaven!
There will never be another record like this. Lowell George sat down and played and sang his heart out. They hired the best horn section in the world and they made everybody listen! It was the greatest concert Continue reading “Little Feat, Waiting (’78) #3”
Any time during the 1980s or 90s, on a nice sunny pleasant day, if you took a walk through posh Watch Hill, RI, you probably could hear Hot Tuna’s “Double Dose” playing from Tim Wood’s massive speakers. I was probably in the room, just a few feet from that wall of sound, enjoying every moment!
This is a record for guitar lovers. Continue reading “Hot Tuna, “Double Dose,” #4″
I’m a huge fan of Country Joe McDonald! I have pretty much every record he’s ever put out, both solo and with “Country Joe and the Fish.”
He has a partner in crime, a guitarist named Barry Melton, who’s also known as “The Fish.”
Country Joe is best known for Continue reading “Country Joe, Paris Sessions, Influencer #5”
Nicolette Larson is my favorite singer!
Her debut, “Nicolette,” is my #6 Top Influencer!
It has everything; not only is she beautiful, but her voice is essential; like an angel. The record is filled with Continue reading ““Nicolette” (1978), #6 Influencer!”
“Hello Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Some things they really just never get old
It’s the laughter I feel coming from my mind
Old memories these days aren’t hard to find!”
– Mark Urso
That’s a quote from my record. I put it here just in case, you know just in case Elton, just like I memorized his … might want to memorize mine! Continue reading “Madman Across The Water, Influencer #7”
Think Jimi Hendrix is a great guitarist? Clapton? Stevie Ray Vaughan, BB King?
I like them all, but sometimes there’s just a little piece missing. The juice, the texture, the mojo!
All those records – they’re all good – but this one – I’m literally holding back tears. Continue reading “#8 Influencer: Arlen Roth “Hot Pickups””
How Late’ll Ya Play Til.”
I don’t really remember, but I was probably playing the Rolling Stones that night at Portsmouth Abbey, late, and I had my headphones on, and Housemaster Father Anselm stormed in at 3AM because I had left the button pressed Continue reading “Top Ten Influencers, #10: Dave Bromberg Band, How Late’ll Ya Play Til.””