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K5Blazer and Chevy Truck Owners I need your help!

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ChevyMud77, Jun 2, 2001.

  1. ChevyMud77

    ChevyMud77 Registered Member

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    Hey, what's up? My name is Kevin Anderson and I am an Engineering student at PennState University. For my senior year project each group has to design a simulation game of some kind. I already posted this before, but I am getting close to the deadline and really need some help guys...Email me if you can help me out.
    My group is making an off-road racing simulation game. We got most of the graphics done and I have to work on the sound track. Maybe you could help me out...Do you have a video camera? I need the sounds of the truck for the digital soundtrack, mainly the motor.
    All you have to do is start up the truck and rev it up and maybe drive it a little bit. It's real simple. The game is just a school project, but I can give you a copy when it is all done...
    Here is what I need done:
    There are 3 main parts to the video, in every part KEEP THE CAMERA ON THE GAS THE WHOLE TIME! If you can, this would be a great help, switch shoes for everyone scene. If you can wear just sox for the starting part, sneakers for the revving, and boots for the driving part that would make it easier for me to go through the tape and tell what is what.
    The first part I need is the starting part. Start the camera and show how you have to pump the gas to get it started and then rev it up to keep it going and warm it up. If the truck floods or stalls at all thats perfect, I can use those sounds too!!
    The next part is the revving part. Sit in the truck and just rev it up, the more you can get on it the better, the louder the better. Just rev it up like you normally would, you dont have to do it slow or anyway differant. If you can, really get on it.
    The final part is the driving part. If you can have someone tape you driving it. If you can floor it and really get on it that would be cool. If you can get about 10-15 minutes total of tape that would be perfect, or if you get more that is cool. We can use anything. If you know anyone with a cool truck like yours or if a buddy wants to help you out make some more tape that way. If you want to get anything else cool on the tape go ahead to, shots of you and your truck, smokin up the tires, or just playin' thats all good too. All in all its pretty easy to do. If you have any other questions let me know.
    When you are done send the tape to:
    Kevin Anderson
    P.O. Box 9022
    Erie, PA 16505-8022
    chevymud77@aol.com
     
  2. arq

    arq 1/2 ton status

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    wouldn't it be easier if someone were to pick you up and drive around town :-) You could meet a lot of CK5rs that way.

    ARQ.

    1-72 4x4 CST Blazer
    2-71 4x4 CST Blazer
     
  3. 2quicK5

    2quicK5 Registered Member

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    If it's for a soundtrack, why do you need video also?

    John

    1972 K5 Blazer: 400 ci, 4 sp, 4" springs, 35" Tires

    2000 Trans Am, A4
    11.97@114 mph
     

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