To Lean On
I got a couple of gizmos that I ordered and were delivered yesterday and today.
One of them is a little stand for the iPod touch that I had sent away for before John Harrison made me a stand out of Bosnian maple. (Video)
that arrived is an interface that allows me to use condenser mics that
require phantom power, plus headphones, when recording with the iPod
come in handy when I record in a cramped space, or out in the woods. I
won’t need a power outlet nearby to make professional quality recordings
with my studio microphones.
The Wooden iPod Stand
After first treatment.
I had a back up stand, I stopped by John’s violin shop today and
brought the Bosnian maple iPod Touch stand because he had said he would
like to put a finish on it.
it in and he started by sanding the little wooden stand. He then used a process
that can be found on antique musket stocks. I did some film clips and
pictures of him doing this, and I’ll probably cobble together a little
video after he has completed the finishing coats.
Lassen outside the Thursday potluck.
I return to John’s shop so I can video the third viola player for the iBook
that I have been designing for the iPad. This bit of audio and
video, plus a few stills, will help complete the project. I look forward
to seeing and hearing that particular Viola being played. It is such a
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