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Hi recorders, this is my first release on here, would love to collaborate with anyone who's up for it. enjoy.


embarrassing... haha

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A dream is the minds unfiltered imagination, it's the you-est you there can be, and sometimes that's scary

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Um. I guess this speaks for itself, and JohnnyClyde's awesome story outline. 

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Thought of this while compiling topics for a theme idea RE: MEMORY:

Why do we forget our dreams & why so soon after we wake up?

Is it by design, so that we don't mix up dreams with reality?

What is the science behind this dream forgetfullnes?

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circa. 1986

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CALLING ALL ARTISTS! We are starting a collaboration RE: Dreams, which will be a potential theme for one of our Season 2 episodes - RECord your thoughts, write a story, draw a picture, or make a song regarding this theme.



EVERYONE: Contribute a Text Record with your Ideas for segments for this potential TV Episode.

EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord a testimonial regarding this theme.

Q&A: RECord yourself on video answering these questions:

  • "Do your Dreams ever have meaning? Please give a specific example."

  • "What is a memorable Nightmare you have had? Be specific."

  • "What is a memorable Dream you have had? Be specific."

  • "What are your Recurring Dreams? Do they give insight into your daily thoughts, fears and anxieties?"

  • "Are you living 'The Dream?' Also, what does that phrase even mean?"

WRITERS: Contribute a piece of Writing regarding this theme.

MUSICIANS: Contribute a piece of Music regarding this theme.

ANIMATORS: Contribute an Animation regarding this theme.

ILLUSTRATORS: Contribute an Illustration regarding this theme.

GRAPHIC DESIGNERS: Contribute some Graphic Design regarding this theme.



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Hi Everyone!


I thought it might be cool to develop the Japanese Folk Tale Collab in the following way:


Remember when you were younger, and you got those books that had an accompanying cassette? You would read the book along with the narrator (there was sometimes a sparkly jingle when you had to turn the page), and the soundtrack would include sound effects, music...

I thought it would be very cool to create a kid's book in this format based on the Japanese Folk Tales. It could include one long or multiple short stories. There would be an accompanying CD and we could even have a section at the back where we have origami templates so the kids could try their hand at creating simple origami characters. Here's how different recorders could be involved:


CURATORS: Everyone can curate possible stories, and once these are established they can curate music records, voice over records etc.

VOICE OVER ARTISTS: Different artists could play different characters in different stories

MUSICIANS: Artists could score the different stories

WRITERS: Writing stories to be included

ILLUSTRATORS: Design the look and illustrate the book.


I think it would be a wonderful little parcel that would be loved by a younger audience and provide a multi-sensory activity that they can enjoy with kids and adults alike!



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This is just an idea I had, I don't really want to write anything concrete so I'm only going to put it in a timeline kind of form 

-A young girl sits at a bar stool looking bored, playing with a cockroach before it runs into a nearby crack in the wood. 

-Her father stands behind the counter, polishing glasses for the customers that never come in. He drops a glass on accident and asks his daughter to run downstairs to get the mop. 

-The girl gets off of the bar stool and walks to the staircase leading down. The lights here don't make sense. There's light where there should be shadows. There's light everywhere in fact. The young girl is missing her shadow as well. She was born that way. Everyone was. 

-When she flips on the light switch leading to the basement the staircase goes from dim light to bright, rather than from dark to light. 

-she walks down to the well lit basement and spots the mop in the corner. 

-as she walks towards the mop a paint can falls over from a nearby metal shelf, spilling paint all over the floor. 

-she curiously walks over the the metal cabinet and hears a terrible scratching noise, like a rat trying to escape a metal tin. 

-she bravely reaches past the paint cans to grab whatever it was, and she pulls back a shamed creature called the dark. 

-the dark is a pitiful looking being. Made of the only shadow in existence. The girl turns the dark around in her hands, asking "what are you?" 

-The dark replies in a surprisingly calm and educated voice. She drops the dark in surprise. the dark makes it's way behind a barrel and a natural shadow is cast where it rests. The first shadow she's ever seen. 

-"what are you?" she repeats 

-"I'm the oldest thing there ever was." it replies 

-"how could you be older than me, when I'm bigger than you?" she asks 

-"Oh, I used to be much bigger, I assure you." 

-they form a bit of a friendship. The girl questions what dark is, and the dark asks her to cup her hands in front of her eyes. she tells him she sees light. He tells her he used to occupy that space. He asks her to cup her hands infront of her eyes again, only in the vicinity of his shadow behind the barrel. She does so again, this time she sees stars, an entire galaxy in the palm of her hands. something that hasn't been seen by makind for centuries. She gets really excited and tries to dance around with her hands over her eyes but as she leaves the shadow the galaxy fades.

-The dark ends up telling the little girl about the history of the world 

-The Dark explains to the girl how mankind used to think of the dark as evil. they decided they'd be better off without darkness all together. The Dark explains how his way of thinking was different then their own, and they hated him for it. 

-They began by cutting off their shadows, and the dark felt every gash. 

-Then they invented a machine that would suck the darkness out of the corners of the world. They went into caves and stole all the darkness. They thought with the darkness gone, there would be no more wars. No more hatred, no more fear. I don't need to tell you they were wrong

-it wasn't much later that mankind found out how to destroy their captured stolen darkness.

-The dark felt every day how he was wasting away , being torn from limb for limb. 

-The girl asks "did you hate light? Did you hate light because they loved it so much?" 

-The Dark laughs. "I loved the light, and she loved me. they ripped us apart because they didn't understand us." 

-"I understand you" says the little girl. 

-The dark laughs softly to himself 

-"Can I do something to help you?" 

-the dark does something that only the dark could tell is a smile "you have, my friend." 

-The girls father calls for her from upstairs, she apologizes to the dark and runs back upstairs. 

-The lights get dimmer as she hits the light switch 

-The dark sits in his corner. The shadows around him growing by the second, engulfing areas where shadows belong

-"Maybe this time they will understand us, light" 

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i promised wirrow i'd let him hear one of my favorite songs of his on the piano, so here it is ^_^

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