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STORMS NEVER LAST 01

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Published on Nov 22, 2011

I used a process called "green screen" using the "chroma key" effect setting in Movie Magix Pro 16. The green screen cost me $18 and the program I've been using for a couple years for all my movies and music videos, which is under $99. It allows you to remove the narrow green light bandwidth and substitute a photo or another video instead. This is how Hollywood makes a lot of their movies. In this video you just see the green screen, but check out the 2nd video to see some photos I added. Nothing fancy, just something interesting. I took these pics in Hawaii.

I'm playing E9th pedal steel, through a Peavey Session 400. I'm using a BOSS DD3 delay in here for a little digital delay, which is great for country songs. I set my BOSS to 800 milliseconds. I like to hear 1 repeat usually, sometimes 2 to 3 for certain songs. I like my repeat volume almost as loud as the original note.

"Storms Never Last" is a classic country song. I raise string one a whole tone on my guitar, but I use a bar slant when raising string two a half tone. I don't lower 5 nor 6 but use the pedals to give me a similar sound.

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