Good People, Cool Things
Good People, Cool Things

Episode 10 · 1 year ago

We’re All Just Trying Not to Yell at Each Other with Professional Whistler Sam Nulton

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

Sam Nulton may be one of the most interesting people you’ll meet. He’s a professional whistler, has covered tons of sports as a freelance camera operator, has traveled the world, and his music has been featured all over the internet, from workout routines to makeup tutorials. We're chatting the creative process, effective uses of social media, and some of his top experiences as a musician.

Welcome to good people, cool things, the podcast featuring conversations with entrepreneurs, writers, musicians and other creatives.I'm your host, Joey held, and today's guest is Sam Nelton, whojust might be one of the most interesting people you'll ever meet. He's aprofessional whistler, a freelance camera operator, a part owner of the Green Baypackers, and his music has been featured in all kinds of videos across theworld, from makeup tutorials to work out routines. He joins the podcast tochat about all of his experiences, offering sage wisdom into things like the creativeprocess, using social media and traveling around the world, and I know thatlast one is on hold for right now. We're going to get back to whatwe're going to see some great things and the meantime, Sam, takeit away. Have you heard that jingle before? It's a toys r USjingle. My name is Sam Nelton. I'm the person that whistled that Jangle, my professional whistler. Yep, that's a thing. That's magical. It'smagical. So how did you? How did you get that? How didyou score the toys our US Gig? Well, it's you want the longstory of the short story. That's a podcast. Let's get the long story. Let's get the long story, all right. So I'm a singer aswell. I'm a fresh professional singer and whistler in New York City and Iam in a bunch of a cappella groups, professional a cappella groups and and Semiproand things like that. And we were at a acapella competition and therethe MC was a professional whistler. I thought, well, I can dothat, as I could do what he's doing, and so I looked intoit, because it's, you know, what a joke that is, aprofessional whistler. You kidding me? And so I looked into it and there'sthis whole world of competitive whistling. Every year there's a, well, everyother year there is a world whish whistling championships in Tokyo, which I've beento a couple times now. But because of that, people on social mediakind of knew that that's the weird, quirky thing that I can do.And so a friend of mine was working at a voiceover agency that got thisvoiceover gig, quote unquote. Even though it was whistling, they also hada voiceover component to it that someone else did, but they needed a whistler. So it was just like booking a voiceover gig, except whistling voice overGig Toys. R US wanted their jingle to be whistled by a professional.So he knew who I was and brought me in. He's like, yeah, we're just going to use you. That's nice, we're not going keeplooking for people. So did you did you nail it in one take ordid it you have to go through it...

...a few times? Well, Idid have to audition, I guess once, and so I had to kind ofshow off a little bit just to prove that I could, I knewwhat I was doing. MMM, because you know, anybody can whistle,basically, and so I kind of just went crazy like a like something likethat, you know, just go into town. But then the actual one, the Jink, it was the full jingle. I don't want to gohope I'm atizer as kid. It's like thirty, forty five seconds long,the full version that they wanted. And so, you know, I learnedthe jingle and then I got in there and apparently the jingle was a littlebit different. Oh Wow, like they are different. The melody was justslightly different here and there throughout the whole thing, so I had to kindof adapt in the sound booth, but I'd have plenty of experience vocally doingthat, so that wasn't too big of an issue. But yeah, magical, magical. And what was it extra? Devastating them when toys R US wentbankrupt? Or head it had been enough, but I guess I justI just now I can claim that they paid me so much money that Imade them bankrupt, so that's fun. I'm just sad that I never gotto see it in a commercial or anything like that. It was just anonline thing that they put out and they were going to put it into acampaign and it was cool because they showed me in the in the studio thevideo is going to go over. It's kids running into the store on thisbig jib shot. That's that's pushing into the toys are a store. Sothat was cool and I was excited to actually hear that and have people aroundthe country go, Oh, yeah, I've heard that, but they've heardthe jingle. And so if you say that that I'm the I'm the whistleof toys R us, they know what that means. I maybe there's abootleg version of what was never on TV, but somewhere? Yeah, somewhere.I should look that up. Actually, that's a great question. I shouldsee if that exists. Yes, if so, please share on air, toys, are as, commercials. It's hot on Youtube. It's ahot subgenre. I mean it's amazing what I'll get recommended for on on Youtube, especially, yeah, especially, I mean related videos. Like, yeah, I don't get it, but the related videos have scored me so muchwork on Youtube. I put weird musical videos up and people find them becausethey're recommended from other weird rabbit holes that they're in the middle of. Whateverit is that they get recommended they somehow...

...find professional whistler videos. I meanit's not a it's not a bad little area to is set yourself up in, and I always enjoy I feel like you've been on a role lately withyour appearing in, like your music appearing in random videos. So there's actuallya cool thing out called thematic now for for people that have bands that they'rejust looking to get their music out there. You can sign up for this service. So all these youtube creators and Instagram, whoever they're, you know, makeup tutorials or, you know, videos of their vacation. Youtube isgoing to flag all those. You know, they don't want chain smoker songs inyour videos because they want to pay the chain smokers or their publishers andand so thematic. You can sign up your music to be royalty free inthese videos, but they they have to tag you in the video or,you know, in the in the comments or whatever as the tradeoff. Andso it's a way to get your music exposed, which is really interesting becauseof having some of my I have a sent a modern synthpop band in Brooklynhere and some of that music has been in dance workout videos in the Philippinesand it's just amazing to see what people come up with. And it's coolbecause sometimes people are like they really use your music as a as a Idon't know, I'm means of telling the story, and sometimes they're not payingattention to it at all. It's just there because they need some sounds andit's equally cool just to you know, it's you know, as a smalltime artist, it's nice to have people throw your music away kind of almost. It sounds it sounds kind of a counterintuitive, but it feels almost validatingin a way. So do you get alerted when someone uses your music ina video, or do you just happen to like, stumble upon this orsomeone shares it with you? Well, if they like on instagram that theyhave to tag you, and so I get that alert. But things onYoutube, they have a they have a portal where you can see all ofthe the pickups that you've recently gotten, and some of them are interesting.Can you share a few others also? We'd be remiss in saying the nameof your band, good night the satellite. That's right. Yeah, good nightthe saddle. We're doing. We're dicred job provoding a yeah, exactly, slacking on my on my social media present. Don't forget to like him, subscribe on Youtube and, yes, facebook and twitter and all those willbe answering questions for the first thirty minutes after this. Yeah, Yep,yeah, so my band, good night the satellite, has a has beenin so many videos, mostly makeup tutorials. For whatever reason, they just becauseit. It's it's extra super happy music, super poppy, super brightkind of music. So that lends itself...

...well, to energetic tutorials about thelatest from whatever I cream you need to put on before you put your foundationat whatever it is the some of those things. Yeah, and and differentpeople's vacation videos that have about eight views on them. But that's fine too. That's a nice yeah, that's a nice vacation soundtrack. While you're isit. Has there ever been? I mean, I guess maybe this istoo too recently to really inspire you, but I know you're a big traveler. So have you seen your music in any any videos that have inspired youto maybe plan a future trip somewhere, because it just looks so appealing?I mean a lot of the PLO I want to travel everywhere. been alot of places, but there's a lot left to go. World's a bigplace. But yeah, I mean the next one is the next one.For for us as grease, we're going to go to Greece next, whenevernext is. and well, that's often, you know, people use that astheir their travel videos because it's so easy to get pretty pictures of Greeceand Instagram influencers like those pictures. So yeah, kind of like to goto Greece because of that nice that's yeah, grease is on my list as well. Also, whenever next is, who knows, right, whenever?That is lovely. So you going back a little bit to the the whistlingchampionships. How how do you qualify for this? How, like, howdid how did you go from Oh, like I'm doing jingles and and whistlingand now I'm performing internationally? Yeah, it's so. I mean you haveto apply and you send in a classical song and a contemporary song, solike a jazz or pop song whatever, and then you either get accepted ornot, and you probably get accepted. There's not tons and tons and tonsof people applying for this, so odds are good that you'll get in.But then when you go, you have to do a classical piece followed immediatelyby a contemporary piece, about four minutes each, and then, if youare good enough, you go to the finals the next day and you haveto do another classical piece and contemporary piece. So you got four songs that you'retaken to Tokyo. And the first time I went, I made thefinals. There were seven of us and it took a couple months to translateall the all the scores, and so...

...the top three people got trophies andI didn't get a trophy. So I'm like, okay, well, I'meither four, five, six or seven, and when the score sheets came backI was eight. So somehow, somehow, I was so offensive inthe final they went now move somebody else up. That was horrible, whichI'm sure isn't true, but it is probably a translation thing, but Ithink it's. I just think it's funny that I never I don't care toknow what I was probably seventh. So Act you do in the final that? I don't know. I wow, rageous. Ran Out of the audienceand punch the judges. Probably shouldn't have done that. I would have scoredthat a bronze, at least I would. I didn't think it was my bestwork of all time, but it certainly wasn't worth a down Grad sosomebody else that didn't do two extra songs. I somehow got negative points. Maybe. I mean, that's it. That's impressive in its own right.So yeah, I'm just aming. I got seventh place. The one thingthat was cool about it, though, was right before I went on stage, the person that went before me. We're off in the wings. Sono, he sees us. He's just the the stage manager back there andhe did his set, I guess you would call it, and he cameback and he was standing in the legs where nobody, like I was theonly person that could see him. He turned around to the stage and bowedin reverence to the stage, because the most Japanese thing I've ever seen andI just thought it was so cool. They's like to just give respect tothe space that you just performed in, like thank you for giving me thisopportunity to perform. Piles of wood that collectively make a stage just a weird, weird competition, but in enticing enough to go back in two thousand andeighteen right. Yeah, yeah, I mean the first time I went Ijust applied kind of as a joke, because you have to pay to go. It's not like they send you over there and not find that's a longways away, and so I posted about it on facebook, like Hey,I got accepted to this thing. I'm not going, but isn't that cool? And someone else was like, okay, I look this up and it's eightblocks from my apartment. I have a spare room if you want togo. Like okay, well, that takes that, you know, justjust a flight now. So I went. But yeah, it was so.I mean Tokyo is just such an incredible city that had to go backand it was. It is just amazing. That place is incredible. Did youboost your your performance? That's no. No, no, no, no, I did quite the opposite.

Did Not try nearly as hard.I didn't. I didn't make the finals this time. But yeah, thethis isn't my entire life. For some people this is everything and they're devastatedif they don't make the finals or if they don't win or whatever it is, and for me it's just a fun adventure. I just enjoy and adventureand news music as a means to an end. I kind of feel likethat's a good sort of descriptor of you in general, because I feel likeyou, I, at least of all the people I'm friends with on Facebook, have the widest variety of posts that you should try, whether it's,yeah, be recent. Why does this exist? Of just like weird giftsto your questions of the day. So, yeah, where do you find allthis? It's no, I mean I have a lot of free Toias a freelancer. I work my day job, is. I work intelevision. I'm a freelance camera operator for television, mostly sports, but thatmeans I'm not working every day, which means I have tons of time towork on music. And if I'm bored of that or I've done it alreadyfor the day I have, I can just explore social media and find theI can finish it. I can finish all of facebook and find all ofthe crazy gifts and all of that stuff. Yeah, I try to. Yeah, it really is all about adventure. I'm more interested in adventure. Ihave no like affinity for television, but I'm passionate about it because ofthe places it takes me and the experiences I get because of it. So, yeah, approach music the same way. I guess monthly. What are someof I was going to put this as our top three, but it'sjust such a great segue. What are some of the places you've gotten togo to as a camera operator? It's a camerapper. Well, I doa lot of tennis, so I've done the Miami Open, Indian Wells inCalifornia, I did Montreal last year and I do the US Open every year. So in here in New York, which we want an emmy for lastyear. I was Nice, Nice First Emmy. Yeah, it's mostly thatI do a lot of work at at Madison Square Garden, though, andso you know, being on the floor at the garden getting run into byNBA players or hockey players or whatever it is, I guess. Yeah,that's the one. I mean, you tend to get jaded by those thingswhen that's where you work all the time. But it is still cool to beon the ice for an NHL shootout, like it's just you, the playersand the refs and you're on the ice during gameplay. I mean that'sthat's pretty cool. It's very cool. Have you gotten trucked before? Not. Well, I mean I mean the...

...other day I got crashed into byRJ Barrett, who not eat, not a small man. Yeah, no, he's not a small man. The worst part about it is that hebounced off of Rudy Gobert right before that. Oh, no, amazing, butyeah, I get I tend to. So. Rj Barrett, for peoplethat don't know, is he played for Duke, who's a big staron Duke and is now in the New York Knicks and as a rookie,he like steps on my foot all the time because I'll be shooting camera underneaththe basket or close to the court and he, more than anybody, runsinto me, which I think is because he's a rookie and he's trying harderthan everybody else. Yeah, it's usually the younger players, partially because theyhaven't learned the exact boundaries of where their feet can step out of bounds andthings like that before they step on people, which is fine. I mean,you're that close, you expected to get stepped on. It's just usuallythe younger players that barrel India at full speed, but so far you haven'thad any Dennis ramen getting kicked. No actions. Okay, no, no, no, they're usually pretty nice. Yeah, there's a few people thatare real nice about helping you back up. It's a if they run into theair or whatever. But can you name names? Do you want to? You want to give anyone? You might be more out. WHO's theother guy, the the Star on the Jazz Donovan Mitchell? Yes, DonovanMitchell is is one of the nicest people in the NBA. He crashed intoour other camera operator on the other side and that same night and helped everybodyup and his mom was actually there, and so it was a yeah,he's he's a nice guy. Eyes. Yeah, it's good. It's goodwhen people aren't jerks. Right, sometimes there jerks, but I won't namethem. It's gonna say yeah, you can do one, one nice shoutout one, yeah, exactly, one step up your game. Shadow.Yeah, yeah, I I certainly have much less experience as a camera operator, but I remember when we were at Miami. This might have been afteryou left, but maybe maybe you're still there where we we did like apreseason basketball game. Yeah, you MTV folks, and I remember being underthe basket for part of that and had just a host of people all kindof crash into like the chair I was sitting on. So we all justkind of tumbled down and I just remember someone in my ear being like howdid you get that from, like download? I was like I don't know,because this I've never done this before and I first time. I canthink. It was pointing like I'll see you. I have the video.Shouldn't you know? But that was good. Everyone was very apologetic to I couldnot tell you any players involved,...

...but yeah, they were all,I mean all college players, that probably didn't make the NBA, but that'strue. Well farther than I was. One that made the NFL, butthat was about it. Yeah, to actually write with Eric swove as well. Yeah, there were a couple of them shower really get in the weedsfor they listening, really care about two thousand and seven Miami Hurricanes basketball,but then became tight ends in the NFL's very specific fan base. That's whatwe're going for here. Hey, you gotta be Niche. She got tobe niche to get yeah, get the people involved, get the thing,give the people what they want, which is Jimmy Graham tidbits, yes,who's now on the bears. So, as a lot of suffering bears fan, I can again, and as a packers owner I'm very upset about it. Yeah, you've got. How many shares do you have with the team? Oh, just one. Just want us. They're pretty much just aformality. Is Really no point having more than one. No people do.I'd like the idea of someone buying a lot of shares. My voice heardhero's. Yeah, well, this one person voted a ton. Okay,well, that doesn't mean any yeah, throw trash with everything. Yeah,yeah, all of the packers owners collectively are one board seat, so weall get to vote on major issues and then that counts as one vote onthe board. So it's it just like a majority rules, or is itjust whatever way, whatever they got? Yeah, but what's interesting is Iam an actual NFL owner and so I'm requite. I mean, most peopledon't, because WHO's going to check? But you're required to adhere to therules of NFL owners, which is you can't disparage the league or any ofits properties in any way. So you can't like, you can't, youcan't talk bad about Roger Goodell or any of that stuff, because that's youknow, they literally could take your ownership away if they wanted to, butthey're never going to find out and I just think it's kind of fun thatyou're it's fun for facebook comments to be like, well, I can't technicallycomment on this, but if I could, I do like the idea of NFLsuits just like storming down, like breaking down your door and being likethere's someone in pallel too, with facebook headquarters or whatever that is. It'sjust just going through feeds and just searching hashtags all day to see if andif if any of the NFL owners said anything disparaging, just looking up goodellsucks and matching it and names. Yeah, wait a minute, let's get ahelicopter out to Eurie, Pennsylvania. Yeah, it's magical, magical,magical indeed. Oh, yes, I was so wonderful, so wonderful.Well, well, Oh, no, you go, you go. Iwas going to say you have a band,...

...don't you? Yes, we do. So are you a guitar? Is that right? Yes, okay, tell me about your band. Oh, lovely, you're in charge of thisinterview now. I'm sorry. No, no, no, I just thoughtit was topical, according to the topic of the show today. Yes, according to the actually, am wearing a shirt. I don't know ifyou can really see it, but it's a it's a skeleton playing a guitarright on, which I got probably when I was like fourteen or fifteen and, as was my style at the time, bought it like two sizes too bigfor me. So now, if it's perfectly now, it's perfect.You no longer forever? Yes, and I should certainly have. Haven't changedany way. No, yeah, our band is burning. Years were,I'd say, kind of more just like generally rock now. started out morepop punk, but let's say we've evolved a little bit. And but,yeah, working, working on some new music. If there's any kind ofpositive from being cooped up all day, yeah, it's getting to getting towork on some new tunes. So hopefully, hopefully, something's out by two thousandand twenty. We've got some demos going and hopefully we can actually,you know, turn them into something listenable. Good time to be creative, isn'tit? Yes, have all this space to with no one judging youall. Yes, the Internet, which is easy to turn off. Yeah, so when did you learn how to play the guitar? Hoh Man?I think I probably around like twenty ten or two thousand and eleven is whenI felt like, Oh, I'm good enough to at least like play infront of people. Okay, I know, probably throughout all of college. Iwould like, you know, kind of start trying to play and thennever really stuck with it. I had a guitar for Dummies Book. Iremember being like okay, but I just kind of they got a lot intolike theory and stuff like really early on and I was like that's probably good, but like, I don't know, it's too confusing to me as someonethat like just wants to learn some basic chords to start with, and soI think I just found some tabs online and just kind of played along withsongs that I liked and I works. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'mcurrently kind of learning the guitars the right word. But I got a guitarfor my birthday last year. So I've had it for a year now andjust kind of been Fu'son around with it because I have a ton of pianobooks. I play the piano more than anything, and so all those pianobooks of your favorite artists have chords on the top and that would just playthe chords on the piano, but they also have the shapes for a guitar. They have the you know, the MIT little condensed tabs, basically nice. So my hears how to play a D here's how to play a ghere's how to play this g you know, because it's up here and it's goingto lead you to you know, it's a different place to put it. It is so difficult, such a hard time. It just is.So it's not intuitive for me for whatever reason. Part of it is thatI'm starting on the John Mayer books,...

...which guys just a ridiculous he's like, you know, one of the best guitar players ever, and so he's, you know, modifying all these suspended chords and tossing it a bunch ofdissonance, and so it's not really the best place to start. I guessit helps being a musician already, but it's still my fingers don't fit thoseshapes. On your time. Oh yeah, there's. There's sometimes in like Iremember when I was first starting out to where I'd watch tutorials and andthey're like yeah, just like stretch your you know, your pinky across fourfrets here, and I'm like yeah, it doesn't want to. I guessI cannot do that. That's not a human being. There, I'm notdouble jointed. I'm sorry, I can't write. I will say playing onan electric guitar is far easier. That's a last yeah, electric guitars.Yes, so, I mean that's I think. I think I know mydad had an electric. I think that's mostly what I would practice on whenI was first starting out, just because it's yeah, you don't need asmuch pressure on the strings. You can slide up and down easier. Youcan get away with power chords. It's just and, yeah, just soundsbetter if you want to rock. You know. Yeah, well, that'strue. Yeah. Well, part of it, though, is that ina New York City apartment, you either have to, that's true, plugin and and put your headphones on, are just unplug the thing and justplay it on your lap for a while. Yeah, and when you're learning,that's fine. But yeah, but, yeah, that's a good that's agood point. Having the shared walls probably, yeah, not super conduciveto electric no, not really, or any instrument for that for that man, unless you neighbor a drummer. If you've got a drummer neighbor, thenmaybe you can play. Comply, I sure don't. I'm sure don't.Wait for whatever reason we said. I'm multiple times have have gotten neighbors thatscream at each other non stop, like within the house, or like multipleneighbors screaming across, know, within the house. Okay, in the sameunit, though, there's still much someone to move out and would be like, all right, finally I moved out, and then somebody moves in and they'reequally as mad at each other. Whatever. It's just like to dothat. Just life. Yeah, we're all we're all just trying not toyell at each other and some of us are better at it. Should bethe the title of the episode and I'll just find that's a yellow each other. I like it. John did. Yeah, magical. Well, well, I don't want to bore you to death too much with my own band, but I know please. You wrote this down as a top three thatyou wanted to cover. That you always like to ask people. Yeah,your top three bands and artists. We're going to go a layer deeper ofthat. What are your top three records that people all may should own andor letter into? Yeah, yeah,...

...yeah, so I like asking thatquick because everybody, I love that you ask. Top three is I'm ahuge fan of questions because it, I mean, it exposes people's, youknow, innermost thoughts. So especially on tough questions that they don't know theanswers to and they're trying to work out themselves. So top three is alwayslike people don't think about that too often, but for me music is how Icommunicate the most deeply, and so if someone tells me their top musicians, I understand everything about them because of that. So like if people arepainters and they ask who their top painters are, comedians or whatever it is, it tells you like a part of their soul. So I love thatbecause I don't you know, I don't have a top album, so I'dhave to think about it, but I guess they kind of follow my favoriteartists. I mean my woll unquestionably my number one album of all time isAsia by steely Dan. Finally, after several tries, I got a recordthat doesn't skip. Oh dive found it in St Louis and brought it backand it actually doesn't skip for once. Yeah, peg is one of myfavorite songs. I just I don't know, that's it's hits all the all theright spots for me. And then I mean most people from music.A lot of people's brains kind of coalesce around what music they like when they'rein their early s. So and that sticks with them for life. There's, you know, research on that you can look up. But so whenI was that age I was listening to Jamiroquois, a lot a lot ofpeople know for virtual insanity, but was actually continued to be big in theUK. So for like modern Synthy funk. He was kind of the the bastionof that genre. So yeah, there's a, you know, dynamitealbum or the compilation that I just listened to nonstop. I don't know,I'd have to dig deep for that third album there. One of my favoriteartists is a guy named Gabe Dixon. He he also went to school atthe University of Miami, but he for a while he was Paul McCartney's keyboardplayer. He's currently the keyboard player for today. She truck's band. Playedwith super tramp for a while, but he had he writes his own songs. He's a songwriter more than anything and ridiculous piano player. But he actuallyplayed at my wedding, which was, AH, wow, the most amazingthing of all time. Flew in from Nashville that morning and flew right backout again. But yeah, he's he's...

...got some some great albums because whenhe started his band was very, very early s experimental, like Dave Matthews, kind of free for me, jazz pop kind of thing. But he'sa tremendous songwriter and you have one of his albums would have to be upthere as well. That's awesome. I like I like getting the getting himto play your wedding. That's cool. It was unbelievable. Yeah, itwas. That was just it was absolute dream wedding. Also, immediately flyinghome. Yeah, flying at the more. Yeah, just showed up, playeda wedding. I had to wear suit because he's going to a wedding. flew out in a suit and then flew back home again see his family. What a day. baller move all around. Yeah. Yeah, heactually said when he was playing with super tramp on their Europe tour, theywould they stayed in Paris or something. Some send Tralles place in Europe andthey would fly to their gig every day and fly back to their hotel inParis every night. All right, well, that's a life. Yeah, Iguess rack up those frequent flyer miles. Yeah, well, probably had theirown plane, is my guess. True, Yem. Yeah, notthe life for me, but still fun. Still Fun. Yeah, although Idon't know, I guess getting to see a lot of play if youdid it once. Yeah, it would be nice. I actually got Igot contacted by Cirque to Sola a couple of years ago to go do atour because they have a show where one of their ring masters is a whistler, and so like the actual best whistler in the world is now doing thatthat Gig, which is fantastic. He's way better than I am. He'soff doing that, but he's doing that kind of thing where he's touring aroundEurope and North America and whatever. Yeah, he's unbelievable. He's actolutely unbelieved.Nice. So lots of doors can can open up from for venture toysor as Jingles? Yeah, and from a ventry. Yeah, that's abetter lesson. That's a broader lesson. Yeah, lots of doors from aboutto explore the world and all it has to offer. Love it, loveit all right. Well, SAM, you're off the look. Thank youso much for hopping on. If people want to find you or use yourmusic in their own I want to say something besides a makeup tutorial, becauseI think that it's and I think that's what is. But whatever it isthey want to use it for. Yeah, my website is Sam Noltoncom and UltoN and I'm also on on twitter...

...and Youtube is where I post allmy weird videos. I do vocal looping and I do since pop jams andI do whistling videos and by far whistling videos are the most requested, soI have to get a few more of those up, but yeah, we'llsee. They're all highly enjoyable, so recommend all listeners to check them out. That's yeah, awesome, good deal. Well, that's that's all. That'sall. But of course we're going to end with a crummy joke,as we as we always love to do. I feel like usually these are oneminers, but this might even be just like a half liner. It'snot even a question, but snare drumming to crash them will fall out ofa tree. But Um, nice, good, after it today, people. I like it. I like it. Thank you. That's amazing.

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