Patty - yes, I live and worked on Kwajalein, in the Republic of the Marshall Island, for two years. My last really good job as a Technical Writer before retiring.
I like this one too KenFor your first recording you did a great job!!! Your t-shirt says Marshall. Does it refer to the Marshall Islands? I'm glad your vids were featured.
Ken I have always liked this one, you do it well.
What a treat to get home from a week away and get to hear you play, Ken! And Rosin the Beau is such lovely tune.
PS-You'd better make more videos!
y nice Ken! That was me you tabbed it out for and I'm glad to say I've been playing it on my traditional style dulcimer, noter drone style. Not as well as you of course, but you have given me something to aspire to!
Very nice Ken- good to hear you play after all these years!
I used to have the audio/video sync problem too when recording with my web cam. When i switched to recording with the video feature of my simple cheap digital still camera, that was solved.
Ken you certainly had my toe a'tapping. Hope to hear more from you. Very nicely done.
Sounds great, Ken. You play with great precision and feel.
My laptop has trouble keeping the video and audio in sync as well. One thing that might help is to make sure you have no other programs running. To be honest, I wouldn't recognize you without the kilt, since the only time I've seen you was your starring appearance on the Food Network.
Could be worse for a first recording, eh?!
This is the quilted maple and walnut dulcimer that I had Nik Hambas build for me when I was living out in the Pacific.