I almost never listen to music, I used to.
So much of me then.
Access Virus TI Snow
Ensoniq SQ-R Plus
Korg Monotron Duo
Novation Super Bass Station
Oberheim Matrix 1000
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MOTU midi Express 128
EHX Deluxe Memory Man
Sound Devices MixPre
Shure SM 58 x 2
Sennheiser MKH 416
Audio Technica BP4025
TC Electronic Level Pilot
Novation ReMote ZeRO SL
Tannoy Reveal 6P
Advance Acoustic MAA405
Sony MDR 7506
+many interesting instruments and lots of cables
Electronic Music promo: I made a quick video from pictures which took long to shoot
Written July 29 2009 , Tags: video
I had an idea to make a picture or some each day from my window sill in my previous apartment, so I did. Now I just converted it together with quicktime and added a track which suited with the length of the video.
Track was composed with only 2 synthesizers - Oberheim Matrix 1000 and Roland Alpha Juno 2.
Hope you like it.
yeah this is great stuff...simple yet elegant.
awesome. loved it. so much to look at. good stuff.
that was great. Over how many days did you film that?
About 14 months. I don't remember how many stills there are... can check in the evening when I get home.
nice !! still really want a Matrix 1000 someday.
damn i wish i had both of those synths. nice music & stills!
absolutely stunning work!
nice timelapse, whats the time span?
lovely track. you make me want to live somewhere where it snows.
you also make me want those synths..
lysdexic said: "lovely track. you make me want to live somewhere where it snows.
you also make me want those synths.."
Winter time is awfully dark and if there isn't much snow, it makes it even darker. Waking up in the morning in the dark, going to sleep in the dark... it's light outside for about 4~5hours and sun is really low then. I actually want to get away from here.
But summer nights are so beautiful, there's this mystical light coming from north, really nice.
And the synths are great, though I replaced Alpha Juno 2 to MKS50 (same thing but in the rack).
The video kind of made my eyes hurt (and reminded me a bit much of Koyannisquatsi), but the track is excellent. Enjoyed it a lot, thanks!
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