House of Fire – “Walking Along the Sun”

The HV20/30 is one of the best pieces of personal property one can own. It just does the job so well for the little money it costs that it makes no sense to not own one. Sure it’s still tape, but it’s as close to prosumer quality than you can get today for the price.

Latest example is the excellent work of Blake Monahan for the band “House of Fire“. He shot with the HV20 the music video clip for their (very nice) song “Walking along the sun“.

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Jim wrote on May 20th, 2008 at 8:58 PM PST:

Eugenia:
I loved the music video of Blakes, they are playing Phantom Guitars, but they are recreations of classic Vox guitar designs from the early and mid 60s, think Paul Revere and the Raiders and the Rolling Stones, I learn of so much new music thru you.
I gave up on commercial music long ago and much of it sounds like pathetic pop music. This music video was a very good song, I would have produced a little differently , but I want to hear more from this band and looking fwd to hearing your music video as well
Jim


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Eugenia wrote on May 20th, 2008 at 9:23 PM PST:

>I loved the music video of Blake’s

I liked it too, the song too. Blake is a professional from what I understand from his myspace page. He has already directed a number of live videos and at least three music video clips in the past. He’s very good.


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