Nathan Boehm

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My name is Nathan Boehm. I live in Blue Springs, Missouri. My friends and I like to make parody videos under the name Marble Studios. We've gained a following on tracle.tv and we're currently the most subscribed channel on the platform. I also enjoy programming things in Python, and I'm also familiar with Java, Lua, and a little bit of Javascript and 6502 Assembly.

My life story

Chapter 1

I was born on January 18th, 2005 at the ripe age of 0. Anything that happened between that moment and October 18th, 2013 isn't interesting enough to mention. On that day, I decided to make my first YouTube channel, herpthederp127. I don't usually like talking about this channel, but I'd be lying if I said it wasn't a pivotal moment in my life. I made two videos and forgot the login. The videos themselves aren't anything special, but the idea behind them showed potential. At the time, I wanted to be a vlogger, back when the genre was popular. I had previously made videos on my mom's phone and a polaroid MP3 player, and wanted the world to see what I had to offer. Again, however, this never went anywhere.

Chapter 2

On (forgot the date ill add it later), I started uploading videos on my dad's YouTube channel, Rob Boehm. Unlike herpthederp127, I actually do have access to the account, so all the videos are now unlisted. Tough luck. Anyway, every video on the channel was filmed with my webcam and it's built-in software, so no editing was used until I finally got Sony Vegas Pro 13 in (forgot this date too). Between then and the rest of the channel's uploads, Vegas was used scarcely. I have no idea why I was using my dad's account to upload videos, but I finally came to my senses in (aaaaa) when I posted my last video on the channel announcing that I would be moving to my own channel.

Chapter 3

The first (public) video uploaded to my current channel was uploaded on February 17th, 2018, and it's simply titled "this" (the video was renamed a while ago, but I can't remember what the old name was). The video was made mostly as a test after I got Vegas on my laptop. My first few uploads matched this style of quality, with most of them being uploaded as a spur-of-the-moment thing. The first video that I consider to have actual effort put into was Mumkey Jones' Retribution, a video made as a submission to a film festival hosted by Mumkey Jones. It featured our now signature acting, some quality editing work, and credits that were long enough to push the video length past the 4:30 submission threshold. Two videos later, I uploaded my most popular video: I Expect You To Die Opening Theme Extended, a simple extention of the main theme of a game I like. I didn't expect the video to become so popular, but I can see why it would. (Fun fact: The lead singer of the song, Bonnie Bogovich, features the video on her VoiceOverPlanet profile.) My next upload, while it wasn't my most popular, was a pivotal moment in my life.

Chapter 4

Revengers: A-Game was the first video in the Marble Studios Cinematic Universe. It featured an all-star cast, good editing, and edge-of-your-seat excitement. I consider it to be a turning point in my life, as it would influence the videos I made for years to come. Videos after that gained a noticeable increase in quality. Fast forward to November of 2020, we find this small YouTube alternative called Tracle.tv. The website was a recreation of the 2012 layout of YouTube, so we made an account called Marble Studios Network and started uploading a series called Equals P. The series gained some popularity, and the high-quality videos set us apart from the other videos on the site at the time. Eventually, we became the most subscribed channel on the platform. Later, we joined iox, a channel where a bunch of people upload their own shows. We started Tom News Network, a series that orginated from an inside joke about a news station where everyone was named Tom.

Chapter 5

And that brings us to today: We're still making videos for YouTube and Tracle, with some shows being fully supported, and others being postponed indefinitely (see my projects page for a full list). While videos have always been my hobby, I've started focusing my priorities on programming and game development. To give you a taste of what the future has in store, I have a big project you'll hopefully be able to experience soon. I can't say much right now, but you won't be disapointed.