All interested violists and violinists are welcome to learn the parts arranged and available here on Violaman.com for the “Ghostbusters” International Youtube Project for Halloween 2012.
At the beginning of October members will record themselves individually using a click track and send the files to Fiddlerman (at Fiddlerman.com) who will create a memorable combined “Ghostbusters” International youtube video just in time to post to all your friends on Halloween.
Download the appropriate part or all the parts and learn them as well as you can.
Record yourself using the Click-track (soon available) in ear (not audible on the recording) and SPREND the file to firstname.lastname@example.org (Do not email any files, they will be too big)
Deadline for turning in the audio or video files is for now, October 8th. Please spread the word to everyone you know that plays the violin. The more the merrier.
If you don’t wish to be seen just record audio. I will mix the parts first then add the video. Sending a video gives Violaman.com and Fiddlerman.com the rights to use the video as seen fit for a youtube project.
Demo and help videos of the violin parts by Fiddlerman soon to come.
Everyone is welcome to participate in this fun and exciting project. I encourage you to recruit players to make this event even more fun.
Download any or all parts and choose the most appropriate one to record based on your capabilities.
Ghostbusters – VIOLA
Ghostbusters – VIOLIN
- Ghostbusters – violin 1
- Ghostbusters -violin 2
- Ghostbusters – violin 3
- Ghostbusters – violin 4
- Ghostbusters – violin 5
- Ghostbusters Project – Score
- Ghostbusters Project-Violin 1
- Ghostbusters Project-Violin 2
- Ghostbusters Project-Violin 3
- Ghostbusters Project-Violin 4
- Ghostbusters Project-Violin 5
- Ghostbusters Project-Viola 1
- Ghostbusters Project-Viola 2
- Ghostbusters Project-Viola 3
- Ghostbusters Project-Viola 4
See previous projects:
If anyone feels like making any demo videos of the viola parts, it would be very appreciated.
I think I'll be doing well to play the part so that it's merely recognizable. I can't imagine presuming to show someone else how to play any of the parts well at this stage of my learning.
The phrase "blind leading the blind" comes to mind, in my case...
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