Rolling In The Beats is a 24 video APC40 + Ableton Live audio video mashup, created by Chris Evans-Roberts. Roberts is the Managing Director of UK music/sound design firm Ithaca Audio, but he apparently finds time to make awesome audio video mashups.
Technical details and sample references below.
But before you dig into the backend details, check out the craftsmanship in this thing and let us know what you think of it!
My Favorite Color is a new video remix by kutiman, who specializes in creating original tracks by remixing found video footage of musicians performing on YouTube.
Original sources for the tracks listed below. Continue reading
Angie Dickinson performs Steve Reich’s Clapping Music while beating up Lee Marvin – just about the best thing ever, if you’re a music geek
Unfortunately for Dickinson – you can’t beat up Lee Marvin.
Clapping Music is a minimal work from 1972 that explores the idea of shifting the phase relationship of two copies of the same 12/8 rhythmic pattern.
via petervanderham, sequenza21
FallOnYourSword‘s Back To The Ship remixes the audio and video of classic Star Trek episodes to create a NSFW and often hilarious music video about Kirk taking too much LSD and trying to get a circumcision.