created in 1999 using video editing software that VERY basic. I don’t remember the name, but you couldn’t do real-time previews, so to align the video and audio, you had to guess about the timing and render every few seconds to check it. Considering my computer wasn’t the fastest, by the end of the 2 and 1/2 minutes, it was taking about 1/2 hour for each render. Much of the footage was taken during our recording sessions with Joe Omulchuck for the “boldly going nowhere” cassette ep.
This was shot and edited while I was working at an advertising and production agency, using a Beta SP camera and a Media 100 editing system. The Beta SP shots were from a gig at Sidecar Pub, and intermixed with some camcorder footage from a show in Beaumont. The Beaumont show had the guy who was painted all silver. I also used some video that is in the Secret Crushes video.