frer3
BRONZE Member since Dec 2006

newbie
Location: , USA

Total posts: 42
Posted:Could somebody please consider posting new videos in the library? I've just started with meteors, and having more videos would really help me out alot...

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squid
BRONZE Member since Apr 2007

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sanguine
Location: sur, USA

Total posts: 382
Posted:More tutorials would be nice, but if you are just needing some more inspiration, this is my personal playlist of meteor play, from youtube: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=07FD9DA83AC5FB6E


"to a man whose only tool is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail." Abraham Maslow

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frer3
BRONZE Member since Dec 2006

newbie
Location: , USA

Total posts: 42
Posted:I would be happy to check it out if it includes instructions on how to get started. I believe that it would be harder for me to learn since I've never touched a pair of poi in my life...

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squid
BRONZE Member since Apr 2007

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sanguine
Location: sur, USA

Total posts: 382
Posted:Meteor has its advantages and disadvantages compared to poi. If you haven't had any poi experience, then learning propellors and butterflies might be difficult at first.

Its harder to keep a meteor spinning properly and easier to whack yourself. On the other hand, I find it has a lot more in common with staff moves than poi, so if you have any basis in staff, you will have some knowledge to fall back on.

The playlist I linked probably wont do you any good until you get the basics down. Its more about some experienced meteor players showing their stuff.

If you want tuts, try Fueurshow. They have a meteor section under Poi and Friends.


"to a man whose only tool is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail." Abraham Maslow

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Fire_Moose
SILVER Member since May 2007

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Elusive and Bearded
Location: Scottsdale, AZ, USA

Total posts: 3597
Posted:Do a youtube search for chris baily or chris rovo

I think i remember him putting out a bunch of meteor videos


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