Music Video Microscopy - "Microscopic Horrors"
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Sun Aug 8 17:22:04 EST 2004
"Kris Hartung" <khartung at cableone.net> wrote in message
news:b877f930.0408080925.72158b80 at posting.google.com...
> Hello Folks -
> I just released an experimental music video, "Microscopic Horrors,"
> incorporating music from my recently released
> improvisational/experimental CD "Places" and videos of live
> microscopic organisms, which I shot live using a USB enabled
> microscope. This production is partly educational, yet a fun and
> subtle parody of classic 50's horror flicks. Based on my research
> thus far, it appears to be the first of its kind in terms of the video
> content, the avant-garde/improvisational sound-track, and the overall
> intent and genre. However, I am desperately seeking to prove myself
> If you know of a video production like "Microscopic Horrors," please
> send me references so that I can document them with the project.
> I have sent 50 copies of the DVD to contacts around the world, and I'm
> now looking for other viewer comments before I have it professionally
> manufactured and distributed this fall. View more information on the
> DVD, plus sample video clips, at http://www.krisphartung.com (click
> "music & video" and "more information" under the DVD section).
> I would appreciate any comments sent to me personally.
> Krispen Hartung
I was a bit put off at first by the long download time to view your videos,
even with dsl it took an uncomfortabley long time :)
However the standard of video microscopy is excellent and the presentation
really engaging :) certainly worth a few minutes patience. Also the music is
very appropriate to each clip.
Power to you your product will do well I think.
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