[First blogged at Starfish Stories :: The Band]
My second Lunarin remix, titled “Time of Apollo 2010”. With a music video thrown in!
This music video mash-up is dedicated to the men and women of the Apollo Program (1963 – 1972).
I decided to make the music video as an afterthought, after I completed my 2nd remix (btw, the first remix, here).
Here’s the remixed track, posted to soundcloud:
In that remix, I extracted part of the spoken audio from the 1975 NASA documentary, “Time of Apollo”. Then I decided to make a music video with the NASA documentary footage.
- “Time of Apollo (1975)” – NASA. Public Domain – www.archive.org/details/gov.ntis.ava03129vnb1
- “Duae Trailer 1” & “Duae Trailer 2“. Credits: Clare Lee, Jeanette Ng and Lunarin. Used with permission from Lunarin.
- Music remixed from “The Sky (Algiers)”. Released by Lunarin under a 2010 Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 3.0 license. www.lunarin.com
If you liked the video, leave a comment!
And thanks again to Lunarin, for making the music remix possible. They have compiled the submissions of their remixes into a digital album titled, “The Void: A collection of remixes of Lunarin’s ‘The Sky (Algiers)“. Be sure to check that out.
Solid stuff. I’d love to know how to do animations like this:
This video took me about a week to put together.
For dear Siena Malia Silverburn:
Details at StarfishStories.wordpress.com.
Agency: MTV Asia
Executive Producer: Charmaine Choo
Production Company: Blinkink
Producer: Bart Yates
Director: Ben Hibon
Screenplay: Ben Hibon
Concept and Storyboard: Ben Hibon
I took this video when I passed by a pet store. Noticed these particularly frisky hamsters that kept piling themselves onto the wheel. My wife and I found them hilarious!
Music by jacinda espinosa
2009 – Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial (3.0)
After the song was completed, I decided to see if I could piece together a music video. Here’s the result:
Details over at SeaStars 2007. Thanks to Jeremy for giving me the chance to showcase the video at the Songcraft mini-concert.
This work by Ivan Chew is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. For permissions beyond the scope of this license , please contact via RamblingLibrarian@gmail.com.
Thanks to Siva for alerting this to me:
More videos from the artist, macpulenta.
Kevin produced this video, while I showed him how I constructed a guitar in Second Life. The background music was from this song that I composed earlier.
He’s blogged about it here, and here’s my post at Rambling Librarian.
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We’re all talented in some ways. It’s a matter of how we make the best of our limited abilities and maximise what we’re good at. Like this guy here.
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There are quite a lot of artistic and creative ideas in modern advertising, like this TV ad by a UK telecoms company.
A simple idea that’s beautifully executed. They choreographed and filmed a bunch of people from a plan-view (i.e. top down), with the people (dressed in plain colours) standing up, linking arms and moving in sync where needed. I especially like how they simulated movements of the wheels of the baby-pram (3rd scene), and the ball being thrown (4th scene).
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