Posts Tagged ‘Audio Slideshow’

15Jun

Tim Broekema: Popeye at Bonnaroo

A little "Popeye" dance on the keyboard keeps up the good spirit during late nights.

Soundslides: "What does it take to make really good audio slideshows really fast at Bonnaroo?"
Photographer Tim Broekema: "Popeye, of course!"
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Send us your Bonnaroo audio slideshows in the comments section below.

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14Jun

First Bonnaroo Soundslides audio slideshow captures the vibe

Who was first in line?  What were people saying as the flowed through the gates at Centeroo:

“It’s like summer camp for grownups…”
“This is probably my favorite place in the world….”
“The Amish homemade donuts…It’s the first thing I want to see.”
“The hype is taking over my body.”
The people are incredible!”

Thanks, photographer Tim Broekema and producer Jon Waterhouse!
Also, check it out on the Bonnaroo webcast.
Send us links to your own Bonnaroo audio slideshows in the comments section below. And follow us on Twitter @Soundslides.
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14Jun

Two great audio slideshows from past Bonnaroos

We found two audio slideshows from past Bonnaroo events that might inspire you in your own slideshow creation. Check these out. If you want your own audio slideshow made at Bonnaroo or any other festival featured in our blog, send us a link below or on Twitter @Soundslides.
1. Tell your own story, step by step (Julie Hamilton, 2010 Bonnaroo)

Bonnaroo Audio Slideshow from Julie Hamilton.
2. Go crazy with a timelapse slideshow using music tracks. (2009 Bonnaroo)

Stay tuned for more from our guys, Tim Broekema and Jon Waterhouse, on the festival grounds at Bonnaroo 2013!

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13Jun

What is Bonnaroo?

What is Bonnaroo?
Some may not know, although thousands (millions?) around the world do know. Bonnaroo is a four-day music and arts festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee near Nashville. This year, the festival is going on right now until June 17, and it’s sold out.

When you checkout the lineup, it’s easy to see why people zoom to Bonnaroo every year. This year, the festival is partnering with Soundslides to show people what the festival is like off-stage in the super-fun, super-lovely, laid-back environs of the farm.

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13Jun

Counting down to Bonnaroo!

©Morgan G. Harris - Bonnaroo 2012

Bonnaroo starts tomorrow, June 13, and we're excited to have one of our best Soundslides experts on the ground, photographer and Western Kentucky University professor Tim Broekema, along with writer/producer Jon Waterhouse, to capture the atmosphere of this wild festival with audio slideshows. (We'll post them here!)

As he was packing up to head out this week, Tim riffed a little for us on why the audio slideshow works so well for Bonnaroo, and what he's facing as he goes into the heady (and fun) action of the next four days in Manchester, Tennessee.
Tim Broekema: Soundslides at Bonnaroo
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08Jun

Bonnaroo + Soundslides = Fun!

Bonnaroo is using Soundslides to create audio slideshows this year. Photographer Tim Broekema and writer Jon Waterhouse will roam the music and arts festival June 13-17 looking for the weird, wild and wonderful. They’ll bring you eight audio slideshow stories during the festival, two every day, showing the real-life experiences of hundreds of Boonarovians. (Always producing “Overwhelming Happiness,” according to the Bonnaroo website.)

 

The slideshows will fill in the scenes between videos of live shows that’ll appear on Bonnaro’s webcast.
Weird places and spaces....
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