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A few weeks ago, I was invited to attend Hele Mill History Day on the 19th October 2013. David Jones, owner of the mill, had recorded one of my AudioBoo podcasts a couple of years ago, therefore suggested I would be ideal to record interviews with the residents invited to the event. I was happy to get involved with this event. Here are the recordings I made on the day.
Here are a few of the photos of Hele shared between the residents.
Hele Mill Website
Got picked up by Paul from my house at about 8:15am and we drove to Filleigh school. It took about 45 minuets to get there because of the traffic, which was terrible. There Paul taught some students how to change chords whilst strumming. After that we headed to Chittlehampton school where Paul taught someone how to read tab for the ukulele. Once that was over we went back to Paul's home, I had some lunch and then I helped Paul print & laminate some posters. Then we went back to my house so Paul could teach my brother. Just before the lesson I learned a couple of chords on the ukulele and then watched Paul teach my brother some grade 5 rockschool on guitar. Then we drove back to Paul's house.
Me at Filleigh School trying out one of Paul's Kala ukes.
Paul tuning up for a ukulele lesson at Filleigh School.
After spending a couple of hours at Paul's house, we headed to Larkstone cafe for ukulele club. It lasted for 2 hours during which we played songs by artists like The Clash The Beatles and Buddy Holly.
Me at Ilfracombe Ukulele Club held at Larkstone Cafe.
Outside Lakstone cafe with my ukulele.
Me and Paul with Larkstone Cafe in the Background.
Me and Paul just before Ilfracombe Ukulele Club started inside Larkstone Cafe.
By Jake Cole
Do you remember the John Peel Festive 50? Well inspired by this I'm doing a Festive 10 apps for 2012. So here goes, in no particular order.
The people from voxer call it a walkie-talkie, but I think of it as a free answer phone service. It also texts & is a great way to share photos with friends.
Set up your own radio station, then broadcast to the world. You can also send & receive private audio messages. Here is my channel http://audioboo.fm/paulkclews also on iTunes
Turn your Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ & Facebook into a magazine. You can comment, retweet & repost from here too.
Great for posting to Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook & Facebook pages all a the same time. Also great for planning an advertising campaign. Users can plan posts a year in advance.
The best instrument tuning app I've come across.
Watch live TV on your iPod/iPhone. Loads of channels, what more can I say. It would be good if it worked on 3G, but unfortunately, at the time of posting this, it only works with wifi.
I know! Dreadful newspaper, but a great app. I like how easy it is to share the news of the day with Twitter & Facebook.
This app is in because it has so many programs in it. All your favourite Channel 4 programs like Father Ted, going back years. The BBC iplayer & itv player could learn from this.
A free 6 channel recording studio. Great for recording a quick demo & other audio recording requirements you may have. I paid £300 for a 2nd hand Teac 144 in the 1980's. it had 4 tracks, & didn't do much more than this app.
Build & manage your own free website with this app. The app itself is a little limiting, but that said, I've found it useful to keep an eye on hits & blog comments. Here is my website http://paulclews888.weebly.com/index.html
What apps have you used the most this year?