After one year of working on Sennheiser’s interactive Reshaping Excellence campaign, we’re proud to see the final stage launch on November 3rd. Phase two of the project witnesses the completion of the monument to sound—a vast interactive sound-sculpture created over the past six weeks by over one million people worldwide. Our spot is a supersensory odyssey that presents the formation of the monument in all its monolithic glory, and finally reveals it as the foundation of Orpheus; a personal sound experience unlike any other. Discover how we did it...
Production: Sehsucht Berlin GmbH & Co. KG
Director: Mate Steinforth
Producer: Christopher Lenz, Konrad Weser
Artists: Christina Agapitou, Julius Brockelmann, Roman Hinkel, Ian Hutchinson, Saskia Kretzschmann, Oliver Latta, Florian Raphael Panzer, Christoph Strohfeld, Alexander Walker, David Weidemann, Sebastian Wirbelauer, Christian Zschunke
Client: Sennheiser electronic GmbH & Co. KG
Director Global Marketing / Brand Marketing: Uwe Greunke
Director Global Marketing Communications: Uwe Cremering
Key Communication Global Manager: Anne Hildebrandt
Agentur: Philipp und Keuntje
Creative Director: Mike John Otto
Agency Producer: Laura Popiol, Stefanie Voss
Project Manager: Karolina Kurzaj
Interactive / WebGL: Artificial Rome GmbH
Original Music for Website and Campaign: Imogen Heap
Sound Design for Website and Campaign: Hofkapellmeister Sebastian Müller, Marcel Cloidt
We are an audience to a collision we cannot prevent.
We feel everything we know slipping through our fingers.
We are weightless.
I wanted to create a piece that got inside the last few milliseconds before a nation's collective insides flipped. Right before the disorienting lurch of the ground beneath our feet, somewhere between disbelief and comprehension, between cheering and horror.
I wanted to find that disconnected weightless feeling when something of immeasurable and uncontrollable importance happens right in front of you, and then run it backwards to the decisive moment that initiated it.
The VO is built from JFK's final speech, given that morning in Ft. Worth before traveling to Dallas.
Huge thanks to Rob Lowe, Ginnifer Goodwin and Will Rothhaar for putting up with wildly spinning cameras and split second takes.
More thanks to a great team of collaborators and the whole crew at Variable and Jonathan Bregel who co-directed, helping us cover an enormous amount of ground, multiple sets, and Phantom/Red/8mm shooting on an incredibly complex and multi-faceted shoot.
Production Company: Variable
Creative Development: National Geographic, Variable & Mill+
Director: Rama Allen & Jonathan Bregel
Executive Producer: Tyler Ginter
Producer: Alex Friedman
Production Supervisor: Paige DeMarco
Cinematographer: Khalid Mohtaseb
VFX Supervisor: Adrian Hurley
Phantom Tech: Edward Richardson
AC/DIT: Daniel Stewart & Jeffrey Levine
Production Designer: Joseph Sciacca
Photographer: Joey L
Post Production: Mill+
Head of Content: Ian Bearce
Post Production Producer: Adrienne Winterhalter & Richard Schwab
Editor: Caleb Woods
Assistant Editor: Jessica Ledoux
Lead Compositor: Danny Morris
Title Design: Wesley Ebelhar
Score/Sound Design: Fall On Your Sword
Music Video for Fantasía, a song by Fur Voice
Produced by Limón Estudios for Henry and Primo
Director: Pablo Maestres
Cast: Rachel Fleminger Hudson
Director of Photography: Marc Miró
Art & Special Effects Director: Anna Colomer
Post-production: Limón Estudios
Production Manager: Luna Lladós y Blanca Esteller
Assistant Director: María Sosa
Costume Designer: Carolina Galiana
Make up & Hair: Javier Ceferino
Colorist: Marc Morató (Metropolitana)
Also feel free to post this link anywhere you want.
Maybe i will do more specific tutorials on how to setup complex scenes with tipps and tricks.
But you see almost everything you need in this video. My standard material library comes with octaneC4D License.