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A Little Music Along With A Few Videos

Having problems? The HTML5 audio/video tags are still a bit buggy.

Try changing browsers; I keep Chrome, Firefox and IE handy, one of them should work.

Or hit the refresh button (F5), that works, especially in IE and Firefox.

When playing videos allow a few seconds for a "pre-buff", that seems to help.

Studio

HTML5 has given us more tools for playing audio/video files straight from our websites, allowing us to bypass the predacious data mining behemoth that is Google's YouTube. Current thinking is that the web designer must allow for all the different formats, codecs and variations thereof but according to my way of thinking everybody can play MP3's and MP4's so that's all you get here at jpwillisnitz.com.

Another thing to remember is that some of this, especially the music, is music I recorded years ago when I could still actually hold a pick in my fingers. The depredations of age has wrought many changes, amongst them a new approach to how I make music. Along with really stiff fingers there is the Tinnitus and frequency loss, so 'tis possible that what I hear is actually worlds removed from what you hear.

FULL DISCLOSURE!:Some content may actually REEK, although I like it all. Your mileage may vary.

Just Music

Set One

Set Two

Set Three

Set Four

Music Videos

Video One

Video Two

Video Three