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#1022740 - 09/07/13 02:07 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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Raleigh, ya'll
And you did great, man. We all had fun out in ViewerLand:-)

Thanks for giving us all a reason to hang out Kevin.

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#1022741 - 09/07/13 02:08 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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Ah yes -- Thanks Colin!!!!!!!!!!!!


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#1022742 - 09/07/13 02:11 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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Well done Kevin.

Regards,

Bob

#1022743 - 09/07/13 02:22 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: 90 dB]  
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Another Bob! I missed you, but thanks for the support and visit!


"It's supposed to be hard. If it wasn't hard, everyone would do it. The 'hard' is what makes it great."
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#1022745 - 09/07/13 02:26 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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Originally Posted by Kevin Emmrich
Cecilee, Bob and Sue: Thanks so much for visiting and listening! I made a few flubs here and there and missed a few notes, but at this stage of the game, that is where I am. All in all, I thought I did about as good as I could have expected. Thanks for the support!!!


Hey no problem! You sounded great to my ears. It was really enjoyable listening while I did some stuff this morning. smile

Looking forward to other JPFers on SJ. grin


English/French piano/electronic singer/songwriter from Virginia. Influences include Charlotte Martin, Kate Bush, Pet Shop Boys, and Mylène Farmer.

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#1022746 - 09/07/13 02:32 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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That was a fun show. I could not stay for all of it but I heard several songs and it sounded good. Well done Kevin!


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#1022751 - 09/07/13 03:28 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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Good show today Kevin - had a good time.

Bugsey: Anyone can listen. You don't need to register to listen. You do have to register if you want to make comments. JPF folk are just a small part of the people there.


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#1022797 - 09/08/13 01:20 AM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Sue Rarick]  
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Any performance critiques for me? how were the pacing and dynamics?


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#1022826 - 09/08/13 01:33 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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I am going to re-do my set from yesterday at 7pm EDT tonight. If you saw yesterday morning's set feel free to skip it (ha, ha)!


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#1022844 - 09/08/13 03:04 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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Originally Posted by Kevin Emmrich
I am going to re-do my set from yesterday at 7pm EDT tonight. If you saw yesterday morning's set feel free to skip it (ha, ha)!


Really? Cool! Yesterday's was too early for The Spousal Unit, and after several other "viewings" yesterday, she's beginning to wonder if there are any musicians there who are actually talented:-)

We'll try to make it, at least for a while.

As to "critiquing"...I can't offer a suggestion to change anything...You've got the "camera distance" proper now, your "dynamics" as far as stage presence and audience relate-ability were really good! It felt like you were actually communicating with us and seemed like someone I wouldn't mind having over for an evening of hanging out. You paid enough attention to see who was tuning in, and yet kept up the musical flow.

Speaking of "flow", the song-order lined up nicely in a tempo-friendly sort of way...BUT, if I can tune in tonight, I'll listen more critically for any kind of momentum-jarring-thingy.

Logistically, the sound/settings were spot on...Seriously, if I could suggest anything, I would, but I can't...Even your "minor flubs" were practically unnoticeable, simply because you were presenting yourself as a very easy-going song-sharer.

Will listen more critically next time:-)

Midnite


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#1022879 - 09/08/13 06:21 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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I only have one suggestion and it was told to me eons ago - Don't worry about a mistake - Only a guitarist would notice and they are usually broke and ain't buying - lol

I make at least one mistake each song - The magic of live playing is it really doesn't matter as long as people are entertained.




#1022911 - 09/08/13 08:28 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Sue Rarick]  
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Raleigh, ya'll
Oh, oh, oh! I got one Kevin!!

And it should be obvious, but last night, you & I saw what can happen.

Make sure your sound is functioning and the audience can hear you.

Midnite


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#1022915 - 09/08/13 08:49 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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When he finally got it "working", he got caught in an endless sound loop -- I bet he had his speakers on! I always test and then ask if the sound is OK before I get started and then after the first song or two.


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#1022933 - 09/08/13 11:29 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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Saw Kevin today, Good show.

#1022959 - 09/09/13 10:16 AM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: ben willis]  
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Thanks to all who stopped by!

Just checking back in for any honest jpf critiques -- enunciation, dynamics, pacing, song choice (order), did it drag at all?, clarity of guitar and voice (and mix). My voice and songwriting are what they are, so I am not too sure what you can say about that (ha, ha).


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#1022969 - 09/09/13 11:51 AM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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Just want to say this is a great idea and I am proud of all of you being ground breakers. If you guys and gals can recruit and get the numbers to 20 listeners or more per show, I will write about it and get the newsletter crowd involved. But I want to be able to show it to be a big success without big turnouts consistently.

What do you guys think? Maybe we can push it up to 25-30-40-50 with other users getting involved?

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#1022970 - 09/09/13 12:17 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Brian Austin Whitney]  
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Here are my numbers from my two shows. #1 was at an inconvenient time for most, but I think I had extra attendance because I mentioned it on a few websites.

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________Start Time______Duration (min)________Total Viewers________Peak Viewers
#2____9/8/2013 19:00________42____________________19____________________11
#1____9/7/2013 9:59_________43____________________28____________________14


(sorry about the formatting!)


It looks like to me that between 6 and 15 viewers is what is going on right now (I have only seen one over 20). There needs to be a big influx on new folks to regularly get those numbers that you want Brian. If we can get 5-10 jpf'ers involved (and some others from other web sites), then consistently hitting 20 viewers will be doable.

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#1023031 - 09/09/13 10:57 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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I had planned to watch Kevin on the 8th but I had some people show up and missed it. Still think this is a good idea.
I used to do this on Paltalk a few years ago but we did it more like an open mic event where everyone took a turn. It was video chat.

We sometimes had 30 Plus folks on a channle.

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#1023081 - 09/10/13 12:42 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Bill Robinson]  
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One more question: How was the video? I just did a SpeedTest thing and my upload speed was only 1.35 Mb/s, where the global average is around 6 Mb/s. My download speed and ping are just fine.


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#1023104 - 09/10/13 04:30 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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Kevin, I only watched your first show on Saturday morning but I can tell you that it all looked great to me. It went very smoothly. smile


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#1023155 - 09/11/13 11:35 AM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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Hey everyone,

Tonight at 8 PM EST I'm going to be on StreetJelly playing some songs again (YAY!), but this time, the theme is favorite 80s songs. I'll play some big hits, but not very many. smile

AND need I also mention that I am including some French-language songs from the 80s mixed in with the anglophone tunes? cool

So I hope that you'll be able to stop by even for a few moments to say hi! It's always nice to see people in the audience! grin

Tentative list (I say tentative because depending on the time, I might omit one or two or even add something not on the list cool) :

1) Don't Dream It's Over (Crowded House)
2) Everybody Wants To Rule The World (Tears for Fears)
3) Lost In Your Eyes (Debbie Gibson)
4) Just Can't Get Enough (Depeche Mode)
5) L'aziza (Daniel Balavoine)
6) Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush)
7) Enola Gay (OMD)
8) Keep Feeling Fascination (Human League)
9) Let Me Go (Heaven 17)
10) Une Autre Histoire (Gérard Blanc)
11) Feels Like Heaven (Fiction Factory)
12) La vie par procuration (Jean-Jacques Goldman)
13) Neverending Story (Limahl)
14) Sans contrefaçon (Mylène Farmer)

Last edited by Cecilee; 09/11/13 11:41 AM.

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#1023195 - 09/11/13 07:12 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Cecilee]  
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Back to School Night tonight -- but I should be able to catch a few tunes! Good luck, Cecilee!


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#1023248 - 09/12/13 10:15 AM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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Raleigh, ya'll
Sadly, I could only catch about 10 minutes before I was forcibly dragged out to a Chinese buffet:-(...I dunno, it seems like every time Cecilee plays, I end up going out to dinner.

Gotta get that I-phone app!

I enjoyed what time I had though. Thanks Cecilee! Catch you on the 18th.

Midnite


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#1023261 - 09/12/13 01:08 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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Good show last night - hope I didn't seem too pushy about the half cans.




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Haha, nope you weren't pushy at all, Sue. grin It helped a lot. It was nice to be able to hear myself better. tongue grin

And hey, Midnite Bob, thanks for tuning in even for a few minutes. Glad you enjoyed what you'd heard! grin


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I am doing an early morning set tomorrow at 9:30am EDT: Time Converter

Set #2. I dropped 7 songs and added 7 other ones in. I don't think these 7 "new" ones are second rate, though (because you have to have first rate ones before you have second rate -- ha, ha).

01 Hey, Hey
02 Popcorn's 10 cents
03 Carol Anne (titled Hey Yea at soundclick)
04 Walkin' Never Bothered Me
05 Can I Be Your Lover
06 Blow Your Life Away
07 I Think I found Love
08 My Most Trusted Friend
09 You Start Things Spinning
10 First and Last One on Your Mind
11 Little Bit of Lovin'

I hope a few of you all can stop by (and more of you join up!!!!!!).


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Raleigh, ya'll
Looking forward to it Kevin! Gonna swing by and drop by Sue's for a bit. Maybe see ya there.

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#1023432 - 09/14/13 12:19 AM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: MidniteBob]  
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Sorry guys - we had Comcast here all day and thought our problem was fixed - catch y'all next week




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Bob, Martina and I were just having conversation for the last 25 minutes or so! Sorry for the troubles, catch your next show.


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Raleigh, ya'll
T'was fun while it lasted:-)

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Nice easy goin'-flowin'-showin' Kevin.

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Thanks Bob for attending!

I had 10 unique viewers and the most at any given time was 7 viewers. I don't think I can expect any more than that for a 9:30am show!


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Good show Kevin! I listened to you as I worked on some writing projects. smile


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Was there a lag between the video and audio? It seems like there shouldn't be -- but one guy that just caught my last song says there was!


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I didn't notice a lag there, Kevin. It all looked good to me. smile

By the way, I noticed you are playing tomorrow at 12:30 EST, I'll try and tune in but I might be out tomorrow afternoon. smile


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http://cecilee.bandcamp.com
http://www.youtube.com/user/cecileeprojects

New album Rendezvous on Bandcamp!
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Good morning everybody,

Here's a quick post to say that I'm going to be on StreetJelly at 8 PM EST tonight, this time playing all originals! I plan on making the first half of the show all acoustic with just piano and voice and then the second half will be electronic with me singing live and then playing another synth part while the background plays. I've been playing around with making extended versions of my songs to play live to make things a little more interesting. This will be the first night I'm trying this out. grin

Here's my tentative list:

Acoustic:

1) Long Distance Love
2) Human Again/Forme humaine (French and English mashup)
3) Madeleine (French and English mashup)
4) Island Girl

Electronic:

5) Yellow Lines
6) Uncertain Smile
7) Viens ici mon amour
8) Bleary Paris Morning
9) Wild Blue
10) Rivers (the same song I posted in the MP3 forum, but with the more upbeat electronic background :D)
11) Close Your Eyes

I hope to see some of you there! And hey maybe we'll get some more members from here onto StreetJelly too. grin

Last edited by Cecilee; 09/18/13 12:18 PM.

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http://cecilee.bandcamp.com
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New album Rendezvous on Bandcamp!
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Hey Cecilee!

I am trying to go on at 12:15pm EDT, but I see Damian snuck in and grabbed the 12 noon slot!! Oh well -- ha, ha.

There is a flamenco guitarist on right now who is quite excellent.

I'll tune in tonight - although there is a school meeting tonight! I'll at least catch the end of your set.


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#1024078 - 09/21/13 01:15 PM Re: The "Official" JPF'er on StreetJelly schedule thread [Re: Kevin Emmrich]  
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Originally Posted by Kevin Emmrich
One more question: How was the video? I just did a SpeedTest thing and my upload speed was only 1.35 Mb/s, where the global average is around 6 Mb/s. My download speed and ping are just fine.


I was paying attention today. I'm guessing you're paying for 1.5 meg speed. The sound is great, but the video is a tad, umm, skittery? Upgrading to 3.00 would probably solve it. I don't think 6 meg is necessary, although I'm thinking of upping mine from 3 to 6, but will wait until I see if 3 works.

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Some things that might help.

Set your audio card to 16/44.1. Frankie said they stream at 16/44.1 so any quality above that is wasted bandwidth.

I have a lower speed so I take that in consideration which is why generally I don't have my guitar visible. That guitar and your hand moving also takes up a lot of rendering which translates into higher bandwidth. A striped or patterned shirt also creates more bandwidth use.

I would have to double check but I believe high contrasts verses muted colors/shading also uses more bandwidth.

As you can tell I am border anal retentive and I actually consider all of that.

PS: Hope you liked the mandolin tune (I was just adlibbing it)




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I missed the last few performances, but Cecilee is up this Sunday and I'm hoping to catch that.

As for me, well, I've got the microphone, and last week I retrieved my guitar form the pawn shop. Now all I need is the mixer & camera. Any day now:-)

There's an interesting thing on Streetjelly on Saturdays around 3:00, called "NashvilleDiscoverMe" where they host several performers doing a few songs. Sort of a virtual open-mic/audition thingie...Various levels of talent from around the Nashville area.

Midnite


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I think I will do a lunchtime set today at 12pm EDT. I only have 26 songs prepared to do in a guitar/vocal format and my set is 11 or 12 songs (so you've probably heard them all before!).

One of these days I will get a mixer and that will open up maybe another 20-30 songs to the repertoire (once I learn them, of course). Until then, it is just a lonely guitar and caterwauling.

StreetJelly


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Sue: I did Crazy Mama today during a short 1pm set today -- ha, ha. The first cover I've done on SJ.


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Cool ... Don't you just love that turnaround. Simple but just so cool.

I've really got to pay attention to everyone's schedule. I'm writing a book about 3000BC in Tennesee and was busy doing research (did ya know Tennessee got it's name from a defunct tribe called the Tanasi).




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That sounds like a cool thing to research, Sue! What kind of book are you writing then? smile


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There were people that lived in the Tennessee area that built mounds, were farming and used copper to make tools and weapons over 5000 years ago. Then they disappeared and so did most of their technology. My theory is that they were overrun by hunter gatherers that wanted what they had and took it. The same thing happened in the Indus Delta and to the pre-Khmer peoples But what would have happened if they had been able to better defend themselves and had continued to progress with their technology?

The more I research the more fascinating pre-history becomes.




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On in a few minutes Kevin? I thought I saw 10:15 today.

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I had to cancel -- had to go into the big city of Charlottesville!


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OK, I went and ordered the PV6 USB Mixer. The main complaint about all these low end mixers is the potential for noise. According to the reviews, some of the units are quiet and some of them are terribly noisy. I hope I get a good one! I was on the fence between the Alesis 8 and the the PV6 (2 more potential inputs is always nice), but the PV6 was on sale for $99!

It is funny because the PV6 really only has 4 independent inputs (3/4 and 5/6 are combined) and the Alesis 8 has 5/6 and 7/8 on the same buss. ... but they both have the RCA tape in also so I can run the MP3 player through it.

Once that gets in, I will start practicing to backing tracks and see what happens. I am morally on the fence about using backing tracks (ha, ha) -- but I think it will be more fun for me to be able to play leads and do more stuff. I do think 100% live is always better, but I have to admit I am getting kind of bored just doing the guitar/vocal thing.


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Pick up a mandolin Kevin - LOL




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... and Sue is on tonight at 9pm eastern time. Stop by and give her some support. I'll should be able to drop in for a little bit.


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