"I might be a wolf!" by crispyfuller -- I like spencer's story, but I especially like the footage you got at the end of the clip where it starts close on the red circle, you can see the HESHER tag, and then it zooms out to see the whole marquee and everything.
webs we weave - a tiny story by rayperez -- who's gonna draw this?
Harmonies: under Joe's conduction by chigwinkle -- these harmonies chig's been doing inspired this collaboration. there's already a bunch of contributions. now the big challenge is to mix as many as possible of them together. Audio editors?
foreign sounds (video) by bsmith -- beautiful amferarro song performed like a master and shot with powerful grace, restraint and simplicity. I love it bare, as is. But I'd also love to see more parts layered on top of this, both visual and musical.
Happiness is in my head by eaneikciv -- singing harmony along with the original lyricist's melody. this could grow and grow with more and more voices or other musical parts.
Whale Song (Colored) by aglow -- the original XXX illustration is gorgeous, and aglow gave it such an effective coloring job, partially by just mixing in another record. This image tells such a story. Anybody written anything based on this yet?
classic arcade style audio by GreaterThanZero -- I used a piece of this for the "At The Movies" intro video. There's tons of great sounds in here that could be used for either musical percussive stuff or bizarre sound effects, or...
line up by cacheth -- of course there's tons of great photos, but I love these line drawings cacheth made. When she released it, I featured the whole album, but this was one of the drawings I liked in particular. Something to keep in mind as we make more and more refined records of the evening.
warning: turn down yer speakers. :B this is Spencer Susser answering one of the Twitter questions of the night - a memorable movie theatre experience. the sound on my camera is crap, but his answer was after seeing Teen Wolf, he remembers actually believing that he might be a wolf. which is awesome.
also, he has no idea why people make shitty movies. and at the end is HESHER tagging the hitRECord sign. epic.
... pardon my 3 seconds of fangirl-cheering, i'm a big fan. ahem. yeah. :)
amferraro and i found the darkest, sketchiest alley we could and recorded this rendition of foreign sounds. we were only attacked once.
so... it's saturday, i'm bored, and this original tune was just begging for a little harmony and snappy fingers.
This drawing was... breathtaking to say the least. I physically had to do something, classes be damned. I hope you like it With Pencil In Hand!
I built a synth yesterday. It's not terribly musical, but it does make fun noises, reminiscent of walking through a video arcade in the early 80s. To someone who grew up in that environment, it's a pleasant cacophony.
Anyway, here's a bed of sound that feels like classic arcade games, without actually using the trademarked sounds of those games. It's quite long, evolving over time to provide some variety.
Note, this is really emulating the sound of several arcade machines in close proximity. I could imagine it being one frenetic multiplayer game, but I don't think it feels authentic as a single player sitting on their couch at home.
If anyone needs isolated sounds in that style (laser fire, explosions, etc), let me know. They shouldn't be hard to produce; I just need to hold back do less.
in order, from right to left!
swaylooza, cchellez, crispyfuller, jestsaying, phenomenaaa, InterNTNL_LYN, fractaldust, HelloLindsayyyyyy, remilyp, some guy!
oh and yes, all those people were hitRECorders in that video. except for that guy, we don't know who he was.