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    Double-exposures in motion. - SXSW Excellence in Title Design 2014 – Finalist Desktop Magazine's Create Design Award for Motion 2013 – Winner Australian Production Design Guild Award for Title Design 2013 – Winner - Breeder was invited back to create the opening titles for Analogue/Digital, so once again, we threw ourselves into the project and didn't hold back. This year, we developed an ambitious aesthetic based upon the idea of double exposure, inspired by Alabaster's amazing track and the conference's program design. We worked around the theme of binary, juxtaposing the urban sprawl and nature, black and white, flight and fall, and unification and disintegration. It was a labour of love and we couldn't be prouder with the end result. BREAKDOWN VIDEO: http://vimeo.com/breeder/adbne2013-breakdown http://analoguedigital.com.au http://www.studiobreeder.com http://iamalabaster.bandcamp.com Credits Creative Direction: Joyce Ho Producer: Adam Sebastian West Cinematography: Chris Morris, Alex Gee, Adam Sebastian West Editing: Alex Gee Design Lead: Joyce Ho Design: Alex Gee, Timothy Lovett, Jai Mitchell Compositing: Chris Morris Animation: Alex Gee, Joyce Ho, Grayson Huddart Starring: Abagail Pirie, Anthony Trojman Sound by ALABASTER

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    • End Scene


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      This video was made by Steffen Bygebjerg in 2009 for the song "End Scene". The track is taken from Troels Abrahamsen's album WHT also from 2009. The animation work was made in Adobe After Effects. Each frame was then printed and the print was subsequently scanned back into the computer. The scanned frames were then assembled back into the original animation, now with a new rugged look, created by the visit in the physical analogue world. No effects added after scanning. www.troelsabrahamsen.com

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      • The Magnetist


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        THE MAGNETIST is a short documentary about Micke, also known as 'The Magnetist', whose life revolves around cassette tapes. Most of Micke's time is spent on various tape-related projects; he blogs about them, he makes music with them and he got a monthly tape club in his hometown Stockholm. Sometimes it's a struggle. Here we get an insight to Micke's life as a tapeologist and joins him to his tape-only club. MUSIC: Usha Uthup & Bappi Lahiri - Auva Auva: Koi Yahan Nache Oppenheimer Analysis - Radiance Alhaji K. Frimpong - Rikia Massinko - Arada Pas de Deux - Cardiocleptomanie Penny Penny - Shichangani

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        • The Cast of Cheers : Animals (Music Video)


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          A music video for "Animals", the 2nd single to be lifted from the forthcoming debut album "Family" by Cast of Cheers. The concept of the video was based around 16 VCR players and 16 Televisions. Each band member was divided into four and each section was filmed playing back the song. So each member had four videos of themselves playing back the single with the camera fixed on a different part of their body. This footage was then put onto DVD and then transferred onto VHS. The televisions were then positioned into a stack of 16 and each was connected up to a VCR player. Each VHS was put into its relevant player and rewound to the start. On the day the band and crew all looked after two video players each. Once the camera was rolling there was a countdown for everyone to press play on their VCRS at the right time. As each VCR was different, some had a different reaction and playback time and so this all had to be taken into consideration. The chorus shots were made by using a Splitter as I wanted the chorus to be a little calmer than the verse in terms of visual. The splitter took one image and was able to send it over all 16 televisions or rather 15 as the bottom right television exploded during the first days shoot. All animal footage was available online from freeanimalvideos.org which was handy. The camera used for the shoot was the Canon C300. The videos concept wasn't ever going to show the cameras capabilities off to it's full extent but one of the major benefits I felt was how it handled the wires and bits of equipment that appeared under the televisions and on the ground. When shooting gigs or videos on a 7D using the same Tokina 11-16mm lens I sometimes find that when there are thin wires or railings in shot they can pixilate and appear to be moving. The C300 eleminated this straight away. Another big perk of the camera is the colour it captures. This was filmed on Cine 2 mode and I was so happy with the colours and clarity that the whole video is basically ungraded. The only shots that have a slight grade are the tv guitar and behind the tv's sections. Everything else appears as shot on camera. That made editing very smooth and enjoyable. It also tied in nicely with the whole concept of the video which was to make a seemingly technically flawed format such as VHS work for us. I have no doubt there are people skilled in after effects and various other program's that could effectively have faked this video and made it without the use of one VCR. It was my intention however to film everything in reality so that there was basically nothing to do in post other than order the shots. Director / Editor : Babysweet Producer : Dan Matthews Technical Manager : Daniel Perry Stage Managers : Daniel Perry and Hannah Vincent DOP : Gregg Houston DOP Assistants : Eliot Bushnell and Jason Hawthorne Production Assistant : Eliot Bushnell Stage Assistant : Matt Livingstone Runners : Ken Plas and Hannah Charles For more films visit www.babysweetsessions.com For more music visit www.thecastofcheers.com

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          • Demonstration Reel


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            'this is what it's like most of the time' 'you could call it a showreel'

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            • Plonked Spectral Video from the "RiSP-CD" 2012


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              RISP is Richard Devine's algorithm-based exploration of generative time structures for analog synths. If you missed limited vinyl boarding pass worry not -- gain 3 additional original richard devine compositions plus five remixes by Loops Haunt, Vaetxh, Subjex, Valance Drakes & Balkansky with the release of RISP on CD. Expect to breathe air on distant planets as chaotic, broken machines speak harmonious mutant languages via RD's human/alien soundesign and audio activist remixes. Thirteen new tracks to become alien. Order here: http://www.crosstalkintl.com/node/35483 DU-16: CD info: http://detroitunderground.net/blog/2012/03/28/richard-devine-•-risp-•-cd/ RiSP-CD 1. PlonkedSpectral 2. ErkWerks 3. Oxin2lin 4. TipTopBD808 5. Varseop 6. Morro 7. Etch n Sketch 8. Plasmik 9. Vapor Wave Acid 10. York Capacitor 11. ReneAnalogueSeq 12. Plonked Spectral (Vaetxh oort cloud remix) 13. Oxin2lin (Valance Drakes Remix) 14. Plonked S.(Gordan-Loopshaunt-Remix) 15. Plonked S. (Subjex Remix) * 16. Plonked Spectral-(Balkansky Remix)* 17. Plonked S. (DrumCell Remix)* * exclusive for digi download. 14 songs Total Time: 1:09 - 700.5MB Links: Release info from Detroit Underground http://detroitunderground.net/blog/2011/11/08/richard-devine-risp-ep-du-16/ Valentin Rodriguez, Dmas3, www.dmas3.com Richard Devine: http://www.richard-devine.com

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              • Shit Robot - Take Em Up


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                Feat Nancy Whang (LCD Soundsystem) Directed & Produced by Eoghan Kidney Rotoscoping by Magdelena Turnier, Jairo Neto, Camilo Rosas, Brett Bittner, Atsushi Yamamoto, Eoin Whelehan and Chris Mooney New York Shoot Line Producer: Theo Avgerinos Steadicam Operator: Ian Woolsten-Smith New York Shoot Assistants: Kris Petersen and Jennifer Kelley For DFA: Jonathan Galkin Special thanks to Johnny Moy, Paul Rowley and Rachel O'Connor

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                • The Lomography LomoKino


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                  This is our latest product! The song used in this teaser is "I Believe In You" (instrumental version) by Yacht. This video was filmed with the Lomography LomoKino. To learn more about the analogue reinvention of movie-making, visit lomokino.com Please Note: The video is 100% analogue and was shot on 35mm film! Watch more fantastic LomoKino movies on vimeo.com/​channels/​lomokino and get your own LomoKino at shop.lomography.com/​lomokino

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                  • ADBNE 2013 – BREAKDOWN


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                    A process breakdown of our opening titles: http://vimeo.com/breeder/adbne2013

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                    • Robotic Drum Set and Analog Bass


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                      This is drum & bass piece performed live using an automated drum kit and other percussion, playing together with a selection of vintage and new analog synthesizers. All of the sound is being generated in real time, the analog synths coming through the main rack mixer and the robotic percussion being recorded by microphones. List of the main gear used : Modulars : Roland System 100m (sub bass), Roland System 700 (basses), Doepfer system (stabs and atmospheric sound). Other Synths : Yamaha CS-10 (more basses), Studio Electronics Omega 8 (chords and atmospheric sound), Korg Monotron Duo (more basses). If you would like to download the audio file, you can do so at http://kxnz.bandcamp.com where you can find it in high-quality formats on a pay-what-you-like basis. (recording location : Senju Campus, Tokyo University of the Arts)

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