We're a group of guys who love Christmas way too much. Join us as we discuss, critic, and interview people about our favorite part, holiday lighting displays.
Episode 7: Zoom Room Heroes With Rick Harris
Using the xLights Zoom Room: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLf4Q98y_vk
Show info and more videos from Rick Harris: https://harrischristmas.com
Hosted by JR Mattos and Brian McVay
Guest-starring Rick Harris
Edited by Seth Peace
Supported by You (sub plz)
Professional Triers Bonus Episode: Minesnowta Mini Recap
Episode 6: Zoom Room Heroes (Guest Starring David Robinson)
Created, Hosted, and Filmed by JR Mattos and Brian McVay
Guest Starring David Robinson
Edited by Seth Peace
Magic in the Mission Mountains. A husband and wife team do a Holiday Light show for a small community in Montana
5 Episodes in a row!! This week Magic in the Mission Mountains. A husband and wife team do a Holiday Light show for a small community in Montana.
Professional Triers Special Episode xLights Zoom Room HERO'S With Ron Armstrong
xLights Zoom Room Hero's is all about the people who spend hours and hours saving the day for everyone that uses xLights. Now get to know the people behind the computer.
Professional Triers Heartland Mini recap
Heartland Mini recap With Lee Lindquist
GCLF Producer Episode
I thought this was one of the best episodes you guys did! I loved hearing the insight of what goes into making the GCLF.
Game show mess
This episode was a mess and hard to follow as a listener. Pick one game show formate and stick with it.
Good entertaining content related to Holiday lighting
I’ve listened to this podcast since they started on Ep. 3 and now continued, they have vastly improved and brought on a couple of great guests known in the xLights sequencing community, the info does come up and sometimes the topic gets random or we get some drunk Santa surprises. Having about 2 episodes per week with the inclusion of Hot or Not or Lowdown keeps up with a good value’s worth listening and also some coaching/reminders to finish your lighting projects for the end of the year. Always have that cold bottle of Fireball nearby!
I have listened to each podcast at least 2 times so far, and tend to pick up things I haven’t heard or paid attention to the first time around.
One more thing, I’d wish the audio levels would be mastered by vocal radio compression when going from local commercial audio and to the podcast audio that some times come in pretty low, and back to commercial which blasts the headphones or speakers which causes the need to turn the volume down quickly or down 5 levels.
I wish everyone in the podcast had the same microphone that Clyde has so the vocal quality consistent and very podcast radio worthy.