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KarenJ
KarenJ
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Posted: October 7, 2011
Last Comment: October 8, 2011
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Eileen
Posted: October 8, 2011
Excellent !  


Posted: October 8, 2011
Thanks a lot Beth, Karen.
A lot to learn !!. Me too compared the impression on fingers. Actually I had always wanted to see this with some one else's and check if it is the same. Happy to note that, the impressions are not that different from mine. :)
Looking forward to see the other videos as well.



Posted: October 8, 2011
lol!  I also got  surprise to see Beth pop-up, but WOW! what a powerful tool that slow-mo camera is!  It helps so much to see the actual motion slowed down, rather than just doing a 'slow' vibrato.  I'm going to be watching this over and over...

I look forward to the finger motion at the frog clips too.

Thanks so much, Beth!

KarenJ
Posted: October 7, 2011

my message got deleted!  I'll see her Sunday and give her your hug!

Beth Blackerby
Posted: October 7, 2011
Karen. That's so awesome!  Dana Ballard was one of my best friends in college. I lost contact with her, then found her again on Facebook. I really miss her, and would love to see her again. Please give her a hug for me.

Ray
Posted: October 7, 2011


BRAVO! Well done Beth.  You've answered so many questions. 

Cheers,

Ray

p.s. I will not be able to 'attend' tomorrow's workshop. :(  I work at at police station and my hours can and do change frequently.  Hopefully the workshop will be posted.  Have a great time.

Ray


Beth Blackerby
Posted: October 7, 2011
I will post a Violin Lab version on the site tomorrow. I'm glad you like it. We shot that with our new camera! Many possibilities. I want to do a slow motion study of "finger motion at the frog" next.