How I now host video files outside of GitLab Pages
Hi. I’m Daniel Pietzsch.
I’m a freelance web developer based in Düsseldorf, Germany.
I’m also a passionate film photographer, a husband and father, a musician and metalhead.
Use email@example.com, to get in touch.
A quick playthrough of one my favourite Death songs. And musings about recording myself and hosting your own videos.
Here is the signal path and pedalboard settings for how I recorded “Bridge of Sighs”:
- Strat knock-off, pick-up switch in 4th position.
- Distortion with low gain.
- Tremolo in a subtle setting.
- A bit of delay.
- Some reverb.
- A clean amp in Garageband.
The audio in the video is a combination of the Garageband recording and the sound recorded by the iPhone.
Playing Robin Trower’s “Bridge of Sighs” on guitar. It’s a bit improvised, though. Of course, I first got to know this song via the great cover version from Opeth.
And still figuring this video stuff out. This time, it’s filmed with my iPhone’s back camera and shared in 1080p with 60fps.
Ein Paar aus Ratingen lebt uns reist seit 5 Jahren im Wohnmobil. Gute Idee, wie ich finde!
This is the story of the birth of the web, its loss of innocence, its decline, and what we can do to make it a bit less gross. Or if you prefer, this is the video in which I say the expression “barbecue sets” far too many times.
Not your usual explanation of the history of the web and the IndieWeb.