Just a silly little mix, my first attempt to put together some of the contributions to amferraro's collab (http://www.hitrecord.org/records/385782). It's pretty rough (especially the beginning, because the program I use did some horrible things with the quality when I tried to change the tempo, so I eventually gave up on it), but still, I'm hoping that after listening to it you won't think you just lost three minutes of your life... ;)
Any feedback will be very appreciated <3
This video REmix started with... well, with Robo_J's Sonnet and his remarkable reading of it, of course ;) - but at the visual level it started with Joy and Sadness - the videos that Edward Shallow made for the Emotions Collab. His face in those two RECords was the first image that came to my mind while listening to RJ's reading. So I thought, why not make him the main character of my video (again:)). I browsed through his other RECords and found this amazing Phone Call video. That was it, that was the one I needed to visualize this sonnet.
I think this is more of a draft than a finished product (mostly because I'm not sure about the audio levels), but that's gonna depend on your opinions. Please, feel free to tell me what you don't like about this video and I'll try to fix it.
Thank you for reading and for watching :) And special thanks to Robo_J for the brilliant voice over, to Edward Shallow and TaraMarie for their inspiring videos and to PASIV for the music that always gives me chills.
Richie's amazing narration kept playing in my head for hours and I just had to give it a try...
Pretty much the same idea, just the rhythm/pace is a tiny little bit slower, I think. The sound is the same as in the original RECord. Hope it's useful :)
I apologize. Sincerely. See, this is what happens when I have a little (meaning way too much) free time on my hands...
It's not exactly what I had in mind, but I really, really wanted to make a video RECord for this amazing poem ever since I've first read it, and so, I thought I'll release this one as sort of a first draft, hoping for someone to improve it :)
PS: I can't locate some of the resources, please let me know if you recognize any.