Here's a video taken by cobz of the display I put together for this past MAFF. For the first time, I gave my little backyard production a "name". Not sure if that was corny or not, but I thought it sounded kind of cool and was trying to go for a little more "professional" type of production. Anyway....
Had some problems with the audio so I had to overlay the sound. Unfortunately, due to the audio issue, Pete didn't realize my show was even starting and didn't get the camera on quick enough (definitely NOT his fault as I'm surprised he got it on to even catch part of the intro).
Want to thank my son for his huge efforts in helping me get it set up as him and I landed about 90% of the cues ourselves prior to the event. To Tozz for coming out on Thursday and helping me run the long gerb and comet sequences in the front area. To Mark Hensell and Dave Hoyt from Extreme Pyrotechnics, Laura, Kenny, and Dave's friend whose name is eluding me now for their efforts in helping with the 1.3 setup on Saturday and Mark and Dave for handling the firing of the show while I was running around dealing with the crowd, fires, etc, etc. And also to Pete for actually capturing the show on video so I could actually see it for the first time lol. Oh yeah, thanks to nepyro for his help with the voiceover for the intro, truly a pro.
Also HUGE thanks to John Kemps from Celebration Fireworks for once again trusting me with his equipment in order to put this show together. Also to Dominator Fireworks (Ed and Scott in particular) for getting the sequencers, cables, and batteries to me.
Little about the show:
31 Firing positions not including the long cable sequences (12 close prox, 15 frontage, 4 rear)
Approx 1600 cues using 48 Fire One modules
Scripted using Finale Fireworks Pro Version
1.4 Mostly Dominator, Vanguard, Vulcan, and Spirit of '76 house brand product.
1.3 Mostly Yung Feng for the shells, although there was a little Dancing and Celebration's private label in there. The 1.3 cakes were from Ace Pyro with the exception of the Whistling cake which was Dancing product.
If anyone sees something in here they like and would like to know what product it was, give me a time point in the show and I'd be happy to share it with you.
Hope you all enjoy the show.