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Five dot nothing

EXT5

They’ve been outside now!
Just waiting on some cables (and one 8020 mic) to complete the set

& by ‘nothing’ I mean derive it

Barking up the wrong tree

“Everyone wants to understand art.
Why not try to understand the song of a bird?
Why does one love the night, flowers, everything around one,
without trying to understand them?

If only they would realize above all
that an artist works of necessity,
that he himself is only a trifling bit of the world,
and that no more importance should be attached to him
than to plenty of other things which please us in the world,
though we can’t explain them.

People who try to explain pictures are usually
barking up the wrong tree.”

Pablo Picasso

INPUT/OUTPUT

A new short from Terri Timely and Park Pictures

Detritus 366


by Phil Sansom & Olly Williams (UK) 2009

great one minute short film & 2009 winner of FilmMinute Festival

 

▶ The Diderot Effect (aka why we want things we don’t need < - explains some elements of G.A.S)

 
▶ “I’ve spent years going out of my way to avoid audio interfaces! (thanks Kris!)

 

▶ I’ve always relied on shooting long exposures to remove annoying tourists from photos but apparently there is an app/update for that coming

 

▶ How to weaponize your cat (& discover vulnerable wifi in your hood?)

 

▶ “more and more I am using Melodyne to do complex arrangements with my voice. I will then copy those arrangements over to the strings…” – guess the artist?

 

▶ I’ve used the dodge & burn tool in Photoshop a bit, but never seen the technique used IRL… (thanks Ian!)

Fotografia de gran formato, 20×25 (8×10"), large format photography from Ledicia Audiovisual on Vimeo.

mmmm medium format analog… one day…

 

▶ Caution! This article contains some very loud, mathematically synthesized tones (interesting, but seriously!! turn down now!)

 

▶ imho no car ad will ever surpass that Honda cog commercial from a year or three ago:

but this is kinda nifty…

 

▶ ordering new hard drives? make informed choices (thanks Nathan!)

 

▶ thoughtful read listing the ways ‘serious music’ has been devalued & degraded

 

▶ Soderburgh and season two of The Knick

 

 

“Everything
that irritates us about others
can lead us to an understanding
of ourselves.”

By C.G. Jung

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