Source: Recorded in hangar #3 at Fleming Field in S. St. Paul, May 18, 2002
David Andrew Anderson was a guest vocalist with the Roseville Big Band at the Commemorative Air Force's May 18, 2002, hangar dance. One of the songs featuring him was "Come Fly with Me", in a custom arrangement by Jason Lingle. Each excerpt is the same one minute, 42 second, composite of two sections of the song.
To accomodate a variety of connection speeds and playback software, the video montage is provided in several formats, described below.
|YouTube Video||Streaming video|
|RealAudio (209KB)||This monophonic audio requires a 16Kbps data rate, which you may have with a 28K modem.|
|Windows Media Audio (258KB)||This stereo audio requires a 20Kbps data rate, which you may have with a 28K modem.|
|Although it may look blurry and jumpy, this should sound smooth if your internet connection can sustain about 36K bits per second (Kbps). To get this low data rate, the audio is monophonic medium-low quality (22KHz sample rate), the video rate is six frames per second, and the size (96x72 pixels) is so small that the text captions are hard to read.|
|RealVideo- Medium Quality
||This video is 320x240 pixels and includes compressed medium-quality audio. It needs an 80Kbps data rate, which you may have with an ISDN or cable connection to the internet.|
|QuickTime (3141KB)||This video is 176x144 pixels and includes compressed medium-quality stereo audio. It needs a 31Kbps data rate, which you may have with a 56K modem.|
|Windows Media Video - Higher Quality (3285KB)||This video is 320x240 pixels and includes compressed medium-quality (22KHz sample rate, 16 bit dynamic range) stereo audio. It needs a 270Kbps data rate, which you may have with an ISDN or cable connection to the internet.|
|RealVideo - Higher Quality (4543KB)||This video is 320x240 pixels and includes compressed high-quality stereo audio. It needs a 350Kbps data rate, which you may have with an ISDN or cable connection to the internet.|
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Friday, February 07, 2020.
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