This video captures a live performance by Klaus Schulze, from the Dzi?kuj? Bardzo, performances with Lisa Gerrard. The concerts were held November 12-13, 2008 in Warsaw and Berlin.
Free Music Friday: Ambient music artist Woob (Paul Frankland) let us know about this spectacular new video short, Tokyo Run.
Here’s what’ he’s got to say about it:
Tokyo Run features the time-lapse photography of Samuel Cockedey and the design, animation and audio of Paul Frankland (Woob).
Although the ‘Run’ is based in a futuristic ‘old Tokyo’ It uses buildings and images from 3 major cities around the world. The simple animation was created in Cinema 4d then projected and filmed off a variety of different surfaces to roughen it up and to contrast against the slick-ness of the Time-lapse.
A lot of the sound design was created using everyday objects. Other more musical effects were created by chopping up and processing the original 24bit files contained on the real version of the keycard depicted in the film.
More information on Samuels time-lapse creation process can be found here.
The film is designed for repeated viewings and contains more to it than may first appear.
Woob adds, “Access to the Woob track ‘Mainframe’ + other stuff is hidden within the film.”
More details can be found here.
Free Music Friday: Reader Jono Wise sent word about a free EP created primarily with the Korg MicroSampler.
Here’s what Wise has to say about the release, inVALID INvalidE.P.:
I recorded various sounds into the Microsampler, often making use of the 6k lofi mode, after this the tracks were played live into Ableton live, some tracks make use of post processing and overdubs, other tracks were pretty much just printed to audio, compression added and thats it.
The Tracks all come from one Bank on the microsampler that I recorded and are based on one central theme and variations on that. It was an interesting experiment in using the same music ideas and sounds for more than one track.
Sunday Synth Jam: Bruno Ender Lee put together this extended space music video, which collects six live synth jams into a ‘video album’, Crystal Spaceship.
Part 1: Crystal Spaceship (includes: “Ice Crystals”, “Spaceship” & “Midnight”)
Part 2: Astral Clockwork (includes: “Spaceship_2″, “Astral Clockwork” & “Astral Odyssey”)
Composed, arranged & produced by Bruno Ender Lee; 2012 Velvet Voyage Productions