We’re working in the studio again and produced some new tunes along with some videos. Just had another Replicast session here at my studio and we’ll see what gets edited out of that session…thanks to Conor, Jay, Charles, Nat and especially Jeff for arranging this get together.
Multicast presents “State”…
New video by Jeff on his recent sabbatical trip to Hawaii. Sit down, relax, put your feet in the imaginary surf and enjoy!
Multicast presents Hawaii…
Multicast presents “Sea Foam Green”…
After most of the winter hiatus, Multicast is back! This time with a track to lull you into a trance…or simply to sleep! Sea-foam Green is about the seashore experience; I’m sure you’ve all been there and done that! Sitting on the shore listening to the waves unravels everything inside of you and brings out the relaxation in any of us. This track is a metaphor for this feeling…the lapping patterns of the waves making peaceful sea-foam.
Please don’t operate heavy machinery or drive while listening to this track. You’ve been warned!
Had a great chase with Adam Boggs today, went to the Nebraska panhandle for a slight risk. Nothing was materializing so we decided to go after this discrete supercell well behind the front line of storms. Was able to get about 60 minutes of video shown here.
The music is my band Freq Modif with a track appropriately named Mesocyclone which I’ve been wanting to release for a while.
Just finished watching this video from 2004. Yeah, better late than never! This is a great video that I got on loan from the Jefferson County library system because Douglas County didn’t have it. The DVD shows the mining for Rhodochrosite crystals in an old Silver mine near Alma in Park County.
I’ve read about mining before but I didn’t really “get it”. This video definitely filled in the gaps. They showed what the veins looked like, how they mined and all the terminology associated with mining. They showed extraction of the Rhodochrosite crystals. They showed where the probability of vugs was the greatest. One of my favorite parts was how they showed some of the chemistry to vector into the highest probability sections of the mine. Pretty neat how they learned about the Geology and put the puzzle pieces together in the 13 years that they mined the Sweet Alma mine.
Anyone into minerals or mining should defnintely check this video out, it is great!
Here’s one of the pieces shown in the movie (and the current price direct from the miner)! If you haven’t seen the Rhodochrosite exhibit in the Denver Mueseum of Nature and Science, that was also featured in this movie and it is simply spectacular! Rhodochrosite is the Colorado state mineral. Oh, and the movie was narrated by Karl Mecklenberg too!