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Showing posts with label SLE Buzz. Show all posts
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Saturday, June 11, 2016

The SLE Buzz: Spotlight on Bubbles Song (In-World: Trinity Ermintrood)

When did you join Second Life and what does SL mean to you?

I Joined Second Life in November 2009. At first I really had no idea what it was all about and I spent a long time just wandering aimlessly around. But then I found my way with a little help and now, SL means a great deal to me. I have a fantastic circle of friends and family whom I consider to be very much my RL friends and family, and SL has enabled me to sing and share my music as I cannot in RL. And that is a huge thing for me. To have the ongoing support  of my followers and "fans" means more than I could put into words.

Where in the world are you from? The Isle of Wight in England.

How did you discover Second Life and what was your first reaction?

I think I found it on an ad on a website, I can't remember which, but as I said above, I really had no clue what it was all about and was just a wandering noob, for a long while. Then I took a break - or more so, I forgot about SL - for about a year, then came back and was lucky enough to fall into a group of great people who helped me learn and grow within SL.

How would you describe your personal style in three words?

Bubbly, Fun, Random.

What are three special things you wished everyone in SL knew about you?

Some people think I'm a one trick pony when it comes to my singing, and a lot won't come to my events because they think it's all love songs, or even musicals and Broadway. But I have over 700 songs on my song list through literally every single genre, there is definitely something on there for someone and I'd love for people to come along who previously wouldn't have done, to see just how versatile I can be with my singing. And to request things they've never heard me do before!!

Can you tell SLE what inspired your involvement in the SL community?

I've always loved music, and when I came back to SL and started learning it properly, I was encouraged to DJ, so I did, and then I started playing some of my own songs during my DJ sets and pretty much everyone was telling me to become a singer in SL. So much so that I had a VERY kind sponsor who helped me get the equipment I needed to be able to start singing.

What are your thoughts on the SL culture? What would you change to improve the quality of your experience?

SL is a great place to meet new people, discover new things and to express yourself in every way possible, whether it be through music (DJing or Singing), whether it be through fashion (making clothes, or just what you wear), how you build and portray your avatar, the people you hang out with, and every other day. I think it's an AMAZING platform for people, like myself, who have difficulties or illnesses in RL who find it hard to get outside, or to meet people or socialize. It's an amazing way of being able to do things you never thought you'd be able to. And can also be such an educational tool in many ways.
The only thing I would change in SL is the greifers, trolls and bullies. But I think LL do their best with reports and such and I can't really think of another way to improve that.

What have you learned about yourself in SL?

I have learned some personal truths about myself, which I won't go in to lol. I've learned that I like some things and dislike some things, that I didn't even know were a thing. I've also learned a lot about creating things. Clothes, furniture, pictures etc.. And this has led me to learn a lot of new programs outside SL, such as Photoshop. I've found a lot of very good friends in SL, and I've learned to trust a lot more people than I did before SL, but I've also learned who not to trust. And I've also become a much better singer since singing in SL due to doing it every single day, when before I wasn't doing it at all.  And it's also raised my confidence a lot, in SL and in RL.

What are your most memorable/funny moments?

After 7 years in SL, there have been FAR too many funny and memorable moments to name just one. And many embarrassing moments also. I do recall one time, I was singing live, and it's always been a mission of some of my friends to try and make me laugh while I'm singing. And this time, they succeeded. They had me laughing so much, I couldn't continue. I had tears streaming down my face and had to stop the music because I just couldn't breathe. Luckily, everyone was laughing with me and we all had a lot of fun.
But as I said, there have been so many, and they will all always stay with me and make me smile.

What are your favorite places to visit in SL for entertainment?

Being that I sing at SO many venues, it's difficult to pick out my favorites. Sadly, I don't really have much time to actually go and enjoy being at a venue when I'm not working. But when I do, I love Greased Lightning. it's also one of my favorite places to sing. Such an awesome crowd of people, and the staff are fantastic too.
Another of my Favorites is LochNess. Another group of people I've been singing for, for over 3 years. I love them all dearly. And it's a great place to hang out and a beautiful sim to explore with so many different events on all the time.

Where do you like to shop?

I mostly do shopping events rather than specific shops. Such as FaMESHed, Colabor88, Kustom 9, N21, Shiny Shabby... And SOOOOOO many more.... I have a real problem with shopping lol...
But if I do go to a specific store, it's usually Blueberry, Addams, Just Because, HH, Dead Dollz, Candydoll..... Okay maybe there's a lot of them... I'll stop the list there. Lol.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers about you?
Music is my passion. I love being able to sing and share my music with the people of SL. Singing in SL, and the compliments and loyalty I get from my followers, fans, friends, family, means more to me than I can express and has done more for me, in RL as well as SL. And I will be forever grateful for that. The ongoing support and encouragement of people in SL is something I will never forget   And I want to thank you all for that. Thank you every one that has stood by me, helped me, complimented me. Anyone that has ever come to one of my gigs, tipped me, requested songs from me or just been there to enjoy the music. You are all the reason I do this, and the reason I have carried on through some very difficult times, in which, again, so many people have stood by me. The people in my group are not just my "fans" they are my friends, and I appreciate and am grateful for each and every one of you. Thank you.

Preferred contact: Bubbles Song (Trinity Ermintrood)


Friday, May 22, 2015

THE SLE BUZZ: Meet Enzo Champagne founder of CHAMPAGNE! Sparkling Couture

Enzo Champagne is founder of CHAMPAGNE! sparkling couture and is from Paris, France. He rezzed into Second Life on March 15, 2008 and sees this virtual world as an amazing platform full of creativity and cultures. Enzo was introduced to this virtual world by one of his real world customers. They had established a location within Second Life to introduce their famous brand. Curious; Enzo created an account, logged in, was fascinated, creating a brand of his own and never left.

SLE Buzz Interview

SLE Buzz: What are three special things you wished everyone in SL knew about you and CHAMPAGNE!sparkling couture?

Enzo: I’m just a simple guy working in the best way I can . If people have fun or love my brand CHAMPAGNE!sparkling couture, then I’m happy to please them :)

SLE Buzz:Can you tell SLE what inspired your involvement in the SL community?
Enzo: I didn’t have the chance to create my brand in rl so sl gave me the opportunity to express myself there. Second Life gives me Freedom of creativity!

SLE Buzz: How would you describe your personal style in three words?
Enzo: Myself: preppy-clean-sweet and My brand: sparkling-sexy-fantasy

SLE Buzz: What have you learned about yourself in SL?
Enzo: About myself? Well, A lot of patience and concentration. Even if I like fairytales I have to be careful about people to trust or not. That’s sad.
The problem is Fake people, hackers, copybotters, and griefers. These are people who like to play with feelings or make drama all the time to exist. They don’t care about or have respect for the SL community.

SLE Buzz: Where do you like to shop?
Enzo: David Heather ,Kauna , Lapointe , the Forge , Howl , Wonton , Theosophy ,

SLE Buzz: What are your favorite places to visit in SL for entertainment?
Enzo: Unfortunately I don’t have much time but I love Gacha. I also love to decorate and visiting friends. sometimes I just like to relax on my private parcels and breath :)

SLE Buzz: What is your most memorable/funny moment?
Enzo:  A Long long time ago I was visiting the Indiana Jones Adventure land with Mimi Juneau and I was on her knees cause there were snakes lol

SLE Buzz: What are your thoughts on the SL culture? What would you change to improve the quality of your experience?
Enzo: SL Culture… There are a lot of art events that I like to go to like the ones that Owl Braveheart organizes often. Also, there are Many magazines now. The community is very rich with media. It is good to see all what people can do in SL and photography creations too.
 Ferosh magazine is amazing , Fashion teller is always exciting, L’homme Magazine is so great and BOSl magazine for sure is still a great reference for the SL community .
There are a lot of events happening at the Rose theatre and fashions shows are hosted by so many agencies like Penumbra or the Men fashion week. I love and run to Gacha or limitation sales like the Men’s department, Kustom 9 or Collabor!
Besides fashion, there are very cool radio stations such as SL live Radio by Thorn Andel. When I tune in it makes me shaking my pixels while I work.
So yes with years a lot of culture were added by the people of Second Life and I hope it will continue to grow! However, There are a lot of technical glitches, crashing with viewers, limitations for meshes importations, number of prims linked, lag , limitations of exchanges and connection to marketplace which fails.
That’s really the hell sometimes when you want to work.
Linden Lab doesn’t search to help people , they don’t care, with their automatic answers only to end in closing accounts with no explanations while copybotters still sell their fake items on marketplace. There is a big gap between LL and what happens in world

SLE Buzz: Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers about you?

Enzo: Thanks for all the support I still have during these years. I hope to still make you happy.

Additional Information:
Preferred contact: Enzo Champagne