You should post videos in an album you create in the Gallery, rather than the profile. The number of videos you can post depends upon their size.
Here is the information on how to set up the Gallery.
Your photo's should be viewable again. In the future, you might want to place your photos in the Gallery rather than in your profile album as they are more visible to others there.
I'm sorry, I'm not sure what you're referring to. Where are the photos in question?
Thanks for your positive comments about my efforts on Utube.
Good to read about the instruments in your life.
I remember Yamaha from `way back when`-they had that `ear shaped` speaker within the console models-they have always been innovators.
My all time favourite organ is my beloved Lowrey Heritage-wow,that was some organ too-not as versatile as the MC600 but then, it was of a different era.
Lowrey were way ahead of their rivals years ago.
I just listened to some of your youtube videos of the MC600. It does sound fantastic! And great playing, too! You certainly play much better than I do!
I have only owned three organs in my life: Yamaha 115D (known outside the USA as the A-55N), Yamaha 415 (known outside the USA has the D85), and Roland Atelier AT-90. I still have the Yamaha 115D. It was my first organ and has sentimental value. It has no monetary value now. Out of the three, the 415 is my favorite to play. I love the realistic classical and theatre sounds on the Roland as well as the great orchestral sounds. The keyboards seem much better than the Yamaha as well, especially when doing a glissando. But there is just something about playing the 415 that is "special."
I did see your post on the Yamaha MC600. Unfortunately, I never came across this organ. I would love to have played one though.
I don't have a lot of experience with different models and brands of home organs. When I started playing the organ in 1982, it was near the end of the "golden age" of home organs. In addition, I lived in the far suburbs of a metro area. There were no organ/piano stores near me. Since I was just a teenager, I could not drive to the city to the music stores. Most of the organs I played were in the Lowrey stores that were still in the shopping malls at the time. I do recall playing an MX series (probably an MX-2) at such a shop as well as a Lowrey Cotillion. I also recall playing a Yamaha that was traded in. It was probably at 305. It was very similar to the 415/D-85 but had no solo manual. (This was before I got my 415.)