Episode 57
Muckwhip's Guide to Capturing the Latter-day Soul
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Legacy of Mormon and Mormon now on YouTube!

 May 06, 2017

First 10 minutes posted with Chris Heimerdinger onscreen, hosting and narrating.

Hello ForeverLDS Readers and Listeners!

Considering our YouTube Channel, I should add viewers. What's currently on the channel is the first 10 mintues of Podcast 23: The Legacy of Mormon and Moroni: Fresh Perspectives on the Last Decades of the Book of Mormon. This is a 45 minute podcast, so no, it's not finished. But I felt what was edited is looking kinda nice, so I wanted to show it off. We received feedback from several people saying, "Hey, Chris, it would be so much better if we could see your face you narrate!" So, very reluctantly, I broke out my high-tech smart phone and filmed me prattling on the massive soundstages of my shed/office in Providence, Utah. Not a pretty background, not a pretty mug. But it's great fun and I hope an insightful look at the two great prophets at the sunset of Nephite history. 

I have already filmed the NEXT podcast, entitled, Battle of the Book of Mormon Geographies: Like Dickens said, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." Restoring reason to an unreasonable situation. Yeah, that's the whole title and tagline right now. Not sure it'll fit in the editor, so I'll likely have to adjust it. This episode was filmed using the skills of Redge Flake and Andy Matthews at their facilities in Draper, Utah using two hi-def cameras. Not sure what their timetable is. I might record another version here in my office so I can get it up on ForeverLDS quickly.

ForeverLDS itself is undergoing a transformation, striving to move the site to a WordPress format so I can make it dynamic and a store page. I hope this is soon available as well. OH, and for an update on Tennis Shoes 13: Thorns of Glory, just listen to a bit of the next podcast when I post it over the next few days. You're in for a pleasant sneak peek!

Stay close to the Lord,

Chris Heimerdinger


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