Christmas history

Posted by: HarryG

Christmas history - 12/14/09 09:41 AM

Hello,

last year I had provided a Christmas "feature presentation" for the KN 7000.

Beside a Christmas melody 27 pictures were copied in the CTL track.

As well as in the video with YouTube, so the Christmas history is also shown in the display of the KN 7000.

The history acts from the Santa Claus who has a piano, however, without strings. A harp lends him her strings, so that he can play carols.

Who has interest, I can send to that the files. However, it goes only with the KN 6000 and KN 7000.

Here the video with YT:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cegEdxC31z4
Posted by: bruno123

Re: Christmas history - 12/14/09 10:10 AM

Harry,
That represents hours of work and good talent, nice job.

How was the bass recorded?

John C.
Posted by: Lindoz

Re: Christmas history - 12/14/09 12:01 PM

Good job with pictures and sequencer. It shows what resources are in KN 7000 if you only know how to do it.

Lindoz
Posted by: jd5live

Re: Christmas history - 12/15/09 07:40 AM

Hi Harry,Great show,any chance of a KN file copy please.Best regards John.
Posted by: D.Munson

Re: Christmas history - 12/15/09 09:07 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by HarryG:
Hello,

last year I had provided a Christmas "feature presentation" for the KN 7000.

Beside a Christmas melody 27 pictures were copied in the CTL track.

As well as in the video with YouTube, so the Christmas history is also shown in the display of the KN 7000.

The history acts from the Santa Claus who has a piano, however, without strings. A harp lends him her strings, so that he can play carols.

Who has interest, I can send to that the files. However, it goes only with the KN 6000 and KN 7000.

Here the video with YT:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cegEdxC31z4

Harry, Great stuff I would like a copy of this to try on my KN7000. Downloaded to a floppy disc. Thank you. Derek
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/15/09 01:34 PM

Hello John,

the files are on the move.

Hello Derek,

your mail address takes no mail of me.
How can I send you the files?

Greetings
Harry
Posted by: jd5live

Re: Christmas history - 12/15/09 05:41 PM

Hello Harry,Danke Danke DANKE!!! If you have read my profile you may know I have spent many a happy time in Frankfurt,alas my German is somewhat poor these days but I have enjoyed working out the story of Santa and his piano with no strings. I hope many other SynthZoners who may or not understand German will enjoy your great work.I wish you A happy Christmas and will think of you when I have a glass of Gluwien and a shot of Kirsch Wasser over the festive season. Good wishes to you. from John ,Diane
P.S. also Good wishes to all Zoner's
Posted by: tony mads usa

Re: Christmas history - 12/15/09 08:06 PM

This was beautiful and to say that it was well done, does not do it justice ...
Thank you very much, Harry ...
Does anyone have an English translation?
thank you,
t.
Posted by: Bert Aarts

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 04:26 AM

Hi Harry,
Looks very good. Can you send me a copy if the file as well?
Thanks,
Bert
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 04:56 AM

Hello John,

many thanks for your nice words.
Everywhere Yes now during the Christmas period there are Christmas fairs with hot red wine with sugar and cinnamon and Christmas cake.

The praise for the Christmas history does not belong to me alone. The pictures were illustrated by a woman. I have brought together the pictures with the music.
No big work would be to be used instead of the German text an English text. However, in addition I would need translation help.
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 05:07 AM

Hello Tony,

more than 40 years ago, I have had at school for 18 months of English lesson.

Now I have forgotten a lot and must read up in the translator.
The translation programmes feel not always well. If I translate contributions of the colleagues from the forum into German, very amusing sentences sometimes come out and I must use my imagination.

If I translate the German text into the English one, nothing good comes out maybe, besides.

I am always glad if I write a contribution in the forum if I am understood more or less.

However, I could already try it if you do not laugh by the translation!
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 05:13 AM

Hello Bert,

the files are on the move.
Posted by: Bert Aarts

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 07:29 AM

Thanks Harry, I just receved the file. It's great!
Posted by: D.Munson

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 09:06 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by HarryG:
Hello John,

the files are on the move.

Hello Derek,

your mail address takes no mail of me.
How can I send you the files?

Greetings
Harry


Hi Harry, If I send you an email and you reply to mine, my computer will remember it,providing you let me know you.re email address.
Derek
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 01:03 PM

Hello Derek,

you find my email address in my profile.
Posted by: bruno123

Re: Christmas history - 12/16/09 05:04 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by bruno123:
Harry,
That represents hours of work and good talent, nice job.

How was the bass recorded?

John C.



Harry, I listened again and it good work. My question remains -- How was the bass recorded because it does not sound like a style?

Thank you, John C.
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/17/09 12:54 AM

Hello John,

Excuse me, the fact that I have answered not directly.
The melody was taken up as a Midi and the bass was played in accordingly.
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/18/09 12:09 AM

Hello Derek,

the files are on the move.
Posted by: D.Munson

Re: Christmas history - 12/18/09 09:47 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by HarryG:
Hello Derek,

the files are on the move.

Harry I couldn't play them as my keyboard is a KN7000. Derek
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/18/09 10:32 AM

Hello Derek,

I have sent you 2 versions: 1 for the KN 6000 and 1 for the KN 7000 with English text.
Copy 33 files on an empty disk and load the KN 7000. Then press "start" and the presentation begins.

Greeting
Harry
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 11/29/10 01:53 PM

Hello.

I have updated the Christmas history. I have tried to make a translation into English language.

I have prepared the Christmas history as a Slide show for the KN 7000.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHr9Sxgb4WE
Posted by: bruno123

Re: Christmas history - 11/30/10 05:07 AM

Harry,
A simple story and yet I could not stop from watching it. Your have given us a reward with your music, a simple but precious story, the talent needed to put it all together, and your valuable time

THANK YOU and a very MERRY CHRISTMAS

John C.
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/03/10 12:52 PM

Hi,

Who has interest, can receive from me the Christmas history as a Slide show for the KN 7000.
Posted by: jaro

Re: Christmas history - 12/04/10 11:00 AM

I listened to and watched your Christmas History on utube and enjoyed very much! I would like you to send me the file for my KN 7000 to my email address if you please! Ialso like the conquest of paradise. Can you send me the rythms if possible? Thank you!!

Jaro jaromigh@talktalk.net
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/19/10 02:18 AM

Hi friends,

my english is not so much that I'm not sure whether the English text can be understood on the Christmas story.
A feedback would be nice. Thank you!
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 11/25/11 09:50 AM

Hello friends,

Sunday begins the Christmas season. I did last year created a feauture Presentation for the KN 7000 with English Lyrics. I hope you can understand the lyrics to the music and the pictures.
Who has a KN 7000 can get the files from me.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHr9Sxgb4WE
Posted by: lahawk

Re: Christmas history - 11/26/11 05:05 PM

Harry...

Just a thought, you can upload the file directly to this forum in the Full Screen/File Manager. Might save you some work.

Thanks for your effort and Happy Holidays
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/01/12 05:31 AM

I have prepared the Christmas history as a Slide show for the KN 7000.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHr9Sxgb4WE
Posted by: etwo4788

Re: Christmas history - 12/01/12 11:33 AM

Harry.....
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful music with all of us! Your English is fantastic!

A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours!

Also to all you "Zonies".... From

Elizabeth
Posted by: Dave L.

Re: Christmas history - 12/01/12 04:00 PM

Hello Harry,
The KN7000 on Youtube sounds mighty
Could you email me the KN7000 files as now I have a No2--- KN7000
You should have our email address from the Naughty KN7000 forum site recently.

Harry your helps and enthusiasm [ even though Enlish is your second launguage ] is very much appreciated

Dave L. [in New Zealand]
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/03/12 04:36 AM

Hi Elizabeth,
Thank you!

Hi Dave,

Check your email
Posted by: etwo4788

Re: Christmas history - 12/03/12 10:36 AM

Harry.....

I would love to have your Christmas creation as well!

Elizabeth
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/04/12 12:48 PM

Hi Elizabeth,

check your Mail
Posted by: etwo4788

Re: Christmas history - 12/04/12 08:46 PM

Thanks Harry..... Happy Holiday to you!

Hugs from Elizabeth
Posted by: pratzert

Re: Christmas history - 12/05/12 09:20 AM

Hi Harry.

WOW... that's impressive.

Wonderful job and I enjoyed listening.

Would you please share with me as well ?

I'll PM my email addy.

Thanks & Regards, Tim
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/05/12 11:15 AM

Hi Tim,

I like to send you to the slideshow for the KN 7000.
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 11/29/13 12:42 PM

Hello,

because on Sunday, the Christmas season begins, I would point to a Slide Show "Christmas Story".
Originally intended for the KN 6000, I have made ​​them run for the KN 7000.
Those who are interested, I can forward the slideshow for the KN 6000/6500/7000.
While it is started on KN 7000 with the start button, it will start when KN 6000/6500 with the demo button.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHr9Sxgb4WE
Posted by: Ted Rose

Re: Christmas history - 12/01/13 05:28 PM

What a delightful video! Thank you so much for sharing this lovely Christmas story. I am sure Santa is also thrilled to see him on YouTube once again. If there s an additional slide show, as mentioned in several of the other comments, would you please send a copy to me, too. Or is the YouTube video the only one? An early Merry and Blessed Christmas to all my wonderful worldwide Technics friends and colleagues!
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/01/13 11:59 PM

Hi Ted,

the files are on the way to you.
Enjoy it.

Harry
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 12/01/14 10:59 AM

Hello,

It is again Advent season and I want to remember the Christmas story as a slideshow on the KN 7000.
Those who wish can get the files for the KN 6000/6500 and the CN 7000.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHr9Sxgb4WE

greeting
HarryG
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 11/29/15 01:26 AM

Hello there,
again Advent season begins.

I would like to recall the slideshow - Christmas story.

Originally made for the KN 6000/6500, it was further developed by me for the KN 7000.

There are two versions: a German and an English / German version.

Should you be interested I can send you the files.
Merry Advent all.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHr9Sxgb4WE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cegEdxC31z4

greeting
HarryG
Posted by: designserve

Re: Christmas history - 11/29/15 11:06 AM

I always love this slideshow Harry! I'm a huge Christmas fan! laugh

Brilliant! laugh
Posted by: HarryG

Re: Christmas history - 11/29/15 11:56 PM

Hi Mike,

Thank you!
Even today it's still fun to use the almost infinite editing possibilities of KN 7000.
By the way, I have a great idea for a "Silent Night". If you want, please contact me.