A new commercial client requested an aerial capture for 3.3 acres of property in Park County near Kenosha Pass. Absolutely amazing views…
Talked with a wedding client yesterday about the similarities between Marvin Gaye’s “Give It Up” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”. The client requested that I mix the songs during their wedding reception to blend the old and new for their partiers.
So, to see if it would work, I played around with it on my iPad for a bit. I had to search my iPad library before loading the tracks into vjay and stumbled across The Goodmen’s track, also called “Give It Up”. The BPMs were close enough between all three songs that I felt compelled to test them all in a quick recorded mix. Since I wasn’t using my iDJ Pro controller, I wasn’t able to fine-tune the blends, but I was happy enough with the results.
Then it hit me. Why not import the mix into vjay and add video to it? That would allow me to upload the entire thing for others to enjoy!
After meeting with a client that did her homework (shout out to Jenny), I thought I would brush up on vjay really quick before making a more professional video mix for promotional use. This was done in one take, no planning or editing. So be kind…