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Old 04-10-2013, 04:24 PM   #106
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Friday....

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LMFAO.....What a shit disturber I am....lol....Sorry Oisin.....lol.

Now where's my fix???

Should have one posted by Friday evening amigo! :-)
They take a long time! :-)

Believe it or not there are over 30,000 individual files.....

Thanks for watching! :-)
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Old 04-10-2013, 04:34 PM   #107
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Hello Oisin,

Can you list all the music that you used in your video's? Marvelous selection. How do you create the Google earth video where the bike is moving? Maybe what video software are you using?

The background music in a lot of your videos, at the beginning is very appropriate. Can you reveal that bit of sad/dreary artist and song name?

Do you have video's of your ride in N. America? Ride report? Never been so hooked on a video ride report, hell never ever seen a video ride report. Bravo Oisin.
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Old 04-10-2013, 04:49 PM   #108
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Chapter 30

Just finished chapter 30 on Not Dead Yet. Never read anything more true, Just had to get My 2 cents in, now back to the book.
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Old 04-10-2013, 05:19 PM   #109
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Osh.. I wanted to say thank you. I've followed you through each segment of your journey and it's really opened my eyes to how caught up in the nonsense of life and the person I've become. I'm leaving next week for a 10 day/ 3500 mile ride and hope, wait, know your journeys will help me lose track of the days and find myself again. For whatever reason, you have a strange knack to let it just flow and trust people. I have a hard time with that. I'm a planner and very uninviting by nature, so out of sort has become unacceptable. You've shown me life isn't about that. Expect and just flow with it. That's what I've taken from you. For that I am truly thankful.

On your way back from Alaska, if you come through the Seattle area, you have a warm bed, hot meal, many pints and garage at your luxury if you need it.

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Old 04-10-2013, 07:56 PM   #110
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Thank you Sir Oisin,

You and Coalbatch have many things in common. Answering all silly questions is an admirable gesture you both share. Thank you and did I say thank you?

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The music in this clip is by Helen Jane Long (Way up high), Terry Devine-King (Shock and Awe), and by Philip Guyler (Wilderness) is available on audio network USA
Ordered and don loaded:
Library Title Description Price
Wilderness 3:32 Emotional, cinematic piano building with strings, percussion & fx $ 1.25
Rain Shadow 3:18 Slow, wistful folk with passionate violin tune $ 1.25
Reunited 2:33 Warm, soft & emotional orchestral strings with piano $ 1.25
Red Planet 4:11 Majestic orchestral. Builds to full, very shouty choir $ 1.25
Way Up High 2:28 Floating, atmospheric theme with dreamy Celeste & emotive strings $ 1.25
Shock And Awe 3:22 Fast, full on rock instrumental $ 1.25
Hypnosis 1:42 Hypnotic, undulating score, developing with subtle changes $ 1.25

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Old 04-11-2013, 02:25 AM   #111
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Thanks for taking us along on the ride, Oisin! I followed your original ride and it's really neat to see the videos that tie everything together. I remember the original short clip you posted before you returned to Mongolia and I thought it would be really cool to see more of that. Well, here it is! :)

P.S. I really think you need to grow that beard again... It suits you so well!
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Old 04-11-2013, 07:50 AM   #112
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Thank you Sir Oisin,

You and Coalbatch have many things in common. Answering all silly questions is an admirable gesture you both share. Thank you and did I say thank you?





Ordered and don loaded:
Library TitleDescriptionPrice


Wilderness 3:32 Emotional, cinematic piano building with strings, percussion & fx $ 1.25


Rain Shadow 3:18 Slow, wistful folk with passionate violin tune $ 1.25


Reunited 2:33 Warm, soft & emotional orchestral strings with piano $ 1.25


Red Planet 4:11 Majestic orchestral. Builds to full, very shouty choir $ 1.25


Way Up High 2:28 Floating, atmospheric theme with dreamy Celeste & emotive strings $ 1.25


Shock And Awe 3:22 Fast, full on rock instrumental $ 1.25


Hypnosis 1:42 Hypnotic, undulating score, developing with subtle changes $ 1.25
What is that one main song that is used a bit. Lyrics have, " I picture you trying to attack me...... So look at you now, you don't talk so loud..." ?????
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Old 04-11-2013, 09:07 AM   #113
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Save Me is the name of the song. Search for that title, not the artist on the web site - www.audionetwork.com. I searched for that specific song after identifying it using Shizam. The artists are - Bob Bradley & Giuseppe De Luca. The search linked me to audio network and I paid $1.50 for the song. Then yesterday Oisin referenced the same web site. Addictive.

As Sir Oisin said, under each video he provides the summary of the clip, there is a comment box directly below the note. Hit that box and it reveals all his music. I have almost all of his music recorded, very mellow instrumental, eclectic & electric techno stuff. How in the world he found this music is beyond me I sent audionetwork a note that Oisin should be credited money for his referral's.

Belzabob, PM me.
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Old 04-12-2013, 03:55 PM   #114
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OIsin

Found a great tune you should check out.

Andromeda by Terry Devine King

It would play well with that theme we have all got hooked on watching the video.

Keep it up this is great stuff.

This is the most awesome trip report I've ever run into YIKES!!!! Combination of the video, music, story line all is just soooo very addictive.

They should make a movie out of this stuff.

Well....you already did!!! I'm only a guy learning how to make movies

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Old 04-12-2013, 06:11 PM   #115
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Should have one posted by Friday evening amigo!
























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Old 04-12-2013, 06:35 PM   #116
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i feel the same way. but, since he is in AZ it isnt evening yet



But, hurry up!!!!!!!!

I just go to his YouTube page and keep hitting refresh.
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Old 04-12-2013, 06:35 PM   #117
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Something must have come up, hope it was some tall blond with long legs. :)
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Old 04-12-2013, 08:16 PM   #118
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Strawberry blonde I bet, world's finest!!!
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Old 04-12-2013, 09:03 PM   #119
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Red heads are hot right now.
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Old 04-13-2013, 06:22 PM   #120
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What will the kids think?

Your video series is a tremendous gift to any children you may have in the future. They'll be in awe of you, proud and terrifically jealous. With any luck it will inspire them to be similarly adventurous.

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