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Rubber Band Mixtape by Dalton Wayne (Instant Download)

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"During one of my videoshoots, Dalton showed me the color change and really fried me! His ideas are fresh and very visual. Get it now!" - Joe Rindfleisch

"I Fu**ing Love these effects! Fooled.." - Nicholas Lawrence

"So good! These rubber band effects are visual, stunning, and fun to perform." - John Guastaferro

"When you can do a Vanish, Transposition, and Colorchange in under a minute while social distancing... You got my vote!!" - Magick Balay

"Dalton's band work is original and innovative. It always catches me by surprise!" - Chris Hanowell

Rubber bands have become a genre of magic all their own. Create wild visuals with ordinary objects that your audience will love. Dalton Wayne has collected 4 amazing tricks along with some new ideas and concepts into The Rubber Band Mixtape.

Vanishing Band:
Make a rubber band melt through your fingers and then completely disappear only to reappear on your spectator’s shoulder.

Color Changing Band:
Wrap a rubber band twice around your fingers, and then watch it visually change color while still double wrapped around those same fingers.

Band Link:
Using two different colored rubber bands and only your mouth you can link the two rubber bands. No weird knots, or custom-molded gimmicks. You actually have to tear apart the rubber bands to unlink them.

Jump :
Dalton teaches you how to make a simple gimmick that you’ll use to make a double looped rubber band visually appear wrapped around your wrist. This effect is perfect for your Instagram videos.

Dalton remixes sleight of hand and easy to make gimmicks in a fast pop art style that will give your rubber band magic extra flare. Everything in this download is easy to do, and the gimmicks are easy to make with materials you already have at home. Make rubber bands your jam with Dalton Wayne and The Rubber Band Mix Tape.

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Easy and Extremely Visual Awesomeness! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 21st, 2020
In case you don't know, Dalton Wayne is often the man behind the camera (and it seems like he wears tons of other hats) for many, many Penguin Magic videos. Once in a while, he pops up in front of the camera for his own project for a little bit... then it's back to behind the camera.

I have one thing to say to Dalton.

Just one small thing.

And that one small thing is...

Ready, Dalton?

HOLYCRAPDALTONGETYOURBUTTINFRONTOFTHECAMERAMOREOFTENANDKEEPBRINGINGUSAWESOMESTUFFLIKETHIS!

Sorry about the all-caps. No wait. I'm not sorry!

Guys, if you're into rubberband magic and don't know how he does these tricks, you need to slap some money down on the table right now for this no-brainer purchase. If you're new to rubberband magic (Dan who??? Joe who???), this is a must-have as well. You'll learn some key principles that will get you freaking people out. And these tricks are so visual, you're likely to freak yourself out as well. That's a whole lot of freakin' out!

Every trick in the Rubber Band Mixtape is doable and looks amazing. (Especially the first one... the Vanishing Band) There are no gimmicks (you will need rubber cement for one of his tricks. But you're a magician, right? So you likely have a gallon of this in your little magic workshop.) Ok, let's answer some questions you tire kickers will likely have:

1. Are the demos accurate? Yup. What you see is what you get. These tricks look incredible.
2. Are these tricks easy? Depends on who's asking. If you're experienced in rubber band magic or not. If yes, then these should be doable quite quickly. Just practice. If no, then you're going to want to go through these moves slow and repeatedly (and repeatedly and repeatedly). You need to be so comfortable with these moves that you can do them fast and without thinking. Otherwise, your moves will seem awkward and suspicious.
3. Sleight of hand? Not really, no. For one particular ending of one trick, you will need to interact with a spectator to set up the ending... but that's not even required.
4. Any angles? You'll want to manage your audience and keep them in front of you.
5. How's the teaching? It's good. To be honest, I do think that he started off at too quick a pace. But it was just his experience talking... it was just natural and easy for him and so he, at first, went through the moves a little too quickly and spoke a little too quickly. But thankfully, he started to slow down, as well as repeatedly show how the tricks are done. He does it enough times that you're likely to not need to rewind the video over and over (though you'll probably want to anyway... but at least he teaches well enough that it's not absolutely necessary).
6. Is that really the Rock in the background? Why, yes, it certainly is. :-) I've always enjoyed Dalton's random quirkiness. Thanks for being true to yourself, Dalton. You bring color to the world.
7. Is the video too long, too short, too boring? No. He teaches at a good pace and it's not unnecessarily long. No filler here.
8. Do you recommend this? Let me put it this way... is the Pope Catholic? :-) (Um, that's a yes.)
9. Any feedback for Dalton on what could have been improved? I just wish that he had a performance or two of each trick before he went into the explanation. You can always watch the trailer... but I think it would have been good to show the trick performed first in the real world. (Or heck, with Covid, just do the trick to the camera)
10. Is it worth the price? Absolutely. You get several solid tricks out of this.
11. Is this Zoom friendly? Oh yeah. Most definitely.

Get this trick if you want to do some rubberband stuff. If you don't, get this anyway... when you're asked to do something impromptu, a rubberband is usually something you'll be able to find.

Great job Dalton... 5 stars for you and your nice visual effects! And please, do more things IN FRONT OF THE CAMERA!

By the way, I always try to be honest and straightforward in my reviews, while being respectful to the magician. If you appreciate my reviews, can you please click the "Yes" button below beside the question, "Did this review help you?" It's not like I actually benefit in any way by your clicking it... but it would be nice to see if my reviews are helpful or not. I hope they are. If you ever have suggestions or comments or questions about my reviews, please feel free to leave me a constructive comment. I'm just trying to be helpful. I love the Penguin community and hope that I can someday contribute my own product. :-) Thanks for reading and for any (hopefully positive, but either way, at least kind) feedback.
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Very nice collection of new moves Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 19th, 2020
Dalton has put out some very nice new moves that are visually stunning and look different from any other rubber band moves I’ve seen before.
There is a nice variety of moves and surprisingly, none of them are difficult.
The instructions are very clear and good camera angles so it will all be way to learn.

A few things to be aware of:
Some of the effects can be done impromptu ,and play well.
Some have clothing requirements.
Any one or two involve some arts and crafts prep. Very very simple though.

If you like the moves you see here, then it’s worth checking out.
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Great effects! Worth it! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 19th, 2020
I really enjoyed this one! The effects look great and I will definitely be adding one or twonof these into my rotation.

I deducted 1 star purely because some of these effects are either fairly angle-sensitive or they wouldn’t work great in open air walkaround. Not really a fault of the creator but it definitely limits me as that’s the primary type of magic I do.

I would also love some more direction from him on how he transitions into and out of a couple of these. Some of them are impromptu but 1 or 2 are kind of fiddly with the setup and I can’t see how these could be transitioned very smoothly.

All in all, worth the price for some new ( to me, anyway ) methods and some solid eye candy for your rubber band routine.
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Great stuff, Exciting Elastic. Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 23rd, 2020
This is a must for Rubber Band Enthusiasts and those who have never tried it.
As my friend Don, who is a real fan, says "I was Evinced and Enthused with each of these Effectual Effects. Exemplary Erudite and Educational Explanations were Easy to Engage. Elasticity to Elate Everyone."
He liked it.
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Excellent, but some are pretty angle sensitive and only meant to be done 1 on 1 or over social media Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 20th, 2020
While I consider myself advanced or intermediate in every field of magic I'm interested in, I am an absolute beginner when it comes to rubber band magic. Somehow I have no problem executing difficult sleight of hands but when it comes to rubber bands everything I do looks like trash. I don't know why. Maybe it's because I use the wrong rubber bands or something. No idea.

This video was an exception. Every trick here looks perfect in my hands after only maybe 20 minutes of practice even though I was using dollar store rubber bands. This is incredibly exciting for me.

The one thing to be aware of is that many of these tricks are very angle sensitive. They're really meant to be performed on one person, maybe two if there close together, or done over social media or zoom.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 20th, 2020
At the outset I will say that rubber band effects are not necessarily in my wheelhouse, so I tend to not dabble a whole lot.

The 26 minute tutorial for this release - from Dalton Wayne - covers a range of visually entertaining routines, some of which can be done fairly impromptu while others require a bit of the ol' arts-and-craft (admittedly relatively simple to do).

For the price you really get a lot, imo. And if rubber bands are you game, this will really be a nice addition. For the rest of us non-rubber-band types, then I would say this is nice introduction to a style that up until now I have not experimented.

Wayne's instructional info is clear and concise, with the moves/gimmicks/presentation all provided quite nicely.



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This is sooooo good … Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on October 19th, 2020
For one price, you will learn not one, but four easy yet stunning and incredible effects for one price. What a deal. Rubber band magic had become very popular over the years and it isn’t getting ready to stop yet. If you are not already keeping a few bands on your wrist or in your wallet … starring doing it now and you will always be ready to perform and amaze your spectators. Great for close-up strolling, social media and Zoom performances.

You can tell that Dalton has put a lot of work and time into creating these very visual, innovative and impromptu band magic. There is over 25 minutes of instructional video and Dalton does a great job of teaching all four of these effects with both front and back camera shots. Even if you have already been performing rubber band effects, you will certainly find some new and original material to add to your repertoire. For the ’Jump’ effect, you will have to do some ‘preparation’ but it is very easy and not time consuming. This is a method you probably have never seen before. If you are new to magic, this is a great buy to start with. Highly recommended.
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 22nd, 2020
Good presentation easy to understand and perform!!!
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JUST STOP Report this review
Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 21st, 2020
I first saw Dalton perform these to me a few sneaky times over a video message and then on facetime. Each time I saw them I was fooled so hard.
Why do this to me?
Thanks so much Dalton for releasing this. I have immediately added these to my arsenal and absolutely love the reactions I have been getting from this.
WELL DONE DALTON.
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Great stuff Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on November 1st, 2020
At least one, maybe two, of these ideas are going into my rubber band repertoire. Well thought-out tricks, properly explained.
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