1. Birds on the Wires

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    from Jarbas Agnelli / Added

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    Winner of the YouTube Play Guggenheim Biennial Festival. Soundtrack available here: http://tinyurl.com/7xj6net Reading a newspaper, I saw a picture of birds on the electric wires. I cut out the photo and decided to make a song, using the exact location of the birds as notes (no Photoshop edit). I knew it wasn't the most original idea in the universe. I was just curious to hear what melody the birds were creating. I sent the music to the photographer, Paulo Pinto, who I Googled on the internet. He told his editor, who told a reporter and the story ended up as an interview in the very same newspaper. Here I've posted a short video made with the photo, the music and the score (composed by the birds). Also check my live presentation of Birds on the Wires at TEDx São Paulo: http://www.tedxsaopaulo.com.br/jarbas-agnelli/ Music made with Logic. Video made with After Effects. An interview about this and other works: http://biginterview.org/

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    • Landfill Harmonic- The world sends us garbage... We send back music.

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      If you like our teaser, please share and follow us in Facebook. If you wish to make a donation to complete the film please visit: http://www.creativevisions.org/get-involved/cap/landfill-harmonic

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      • C2C - F·U·Y·A

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        From C2C's 1st album : TETRA // NOW AVAILABLE : http://bit.ly/OfeYLs Réalisation : 20syl & Francis Cutter Production : On And On Records Tourné le 2/11/11 à l'Abbaye de Fontevraud Directeur photo : Bertrand Latouche Électriciens : Adrien L'Hommedé, Olivier Trauger Performed by C2C (20Syl, Atom, Greem, Pfel). Mixé par : Thomas Le Vexier Masterisé par : Damien Bolo @ Spectrum studio Cover artwork : LVL Studio Remerciements : Quentin Curtat, James Fonteneau , Pauline Le Floch, Nathalie Malaurie, Bertrand Menard, Antoine Saint-Jean, Sébastien Bigay, les Films du Funambule, Allison Petillot, Marie Nguyen, My-Lien Khul, Laurence Pham. Toute l'équipe de l'Abbaye de Fontrevraud. La Baguetterie (http://www.baguetterie.fr), Flash Dance. Liens : http://www.facebook.com/C2Cofficial http://twitter.com/C2Cdjs http://www.onandon-records.com http://www.franciscutter.com

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        • Around Saturn

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          from fabio di donato / Added

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          Waltz Around Saturn with this video showing highlights from Cassini's exploration of the giant planet, its magnificent rings, and fascinating family of moons. (WARNING: this video may not be suitable for people with photosensitive epilepsy) The video is dedicated to the memory of Margherita Hack, astrophysicist and popular science writer (2013) She made me love the stars music Dmitri Shostakovich - Jazz Suite No.2: VI. Waltz 2 - Armonie Symphony Orchestra (thanks to Erica Alberti for suggestion) image from Cassini–Huygens spacecraft mission to the Saturn system by NASA and European Space Agency edit by Fabio Di Donato This video shows a selection from more than 200.000 pictures taken by the Cassini Spacecraft around Saturn's Rings in a period between 2004 and 2012, published through the Planetary Data System between June 2005 and June 2013 - If you want to know more about the mission please visit http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/ For an in-depth explanation of what you can see in this video here is a great article by Phil Plait: http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/07/27/_around_saturn_a_time_lapse_video_made_from_cassini_images_of_the_ringed.html And yes, at 2:10 you can watch the moon of Mimas where the large Herschel crater makes the moon look like the Death Star in the movie "Star Wars" by George Lucas https://janus.astro.umd.edu/front/pages/links/Mimas1.html An interview by Ben Richmond on the making of Around Saturn: http://motherboard.vice.com/blog/this-is-how-video-artist-fabio-di-donato-made-around-saturn RAW images were processed to PNG thanks to the Vicar-to-PNG procedure provided by Jessica McKellar and Adam Fletcher: https://vimeo.com/41634392 I used a 30 fps sequence, 1 picture x frame Friday, July 19th 2013 @ 2:27 p.m. Earth was captured in a photo taken by NASA's Cassini Mission to Saturn. This video partecipated to the ‪#‎WaveAtSaturn‬ and #DayEarthSmiled events http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/news/waveatsaturn/ For more images from space please watch: Delicate Home https://vimeo.com/58976799 Dancing with the Stars https://vimeo.com/53957628 GRAIL https://vimeo.com/57892410 If you enjoyed the fast montage please watch: PLAY https://vimeo.com/35792474 Feel the tech touch https://vimeo.com/52861540 or jump on the cockpit of a high speed train: Mad Train (4 min) https://vimeo.com/69354910 Tunnels (8 min) https://vimeo.com/55198112 For more videos with classical music: Vivaldi https://vimeo.com/66522821 Strauss https://vimeo.com/35496757 Thanks to Miura Trabucco for constantly reviewing my works and always suggesting the right thing (and for the title :-) This is not the first video made with Cassini footage, here in the vimeo community you can find many other great videos on Saturn, please watch them Some articles about this video: http://www.universetoday.com/103587/waltz-around-saturn-with-this-beautiful-animation/ http://earthsky.org/space/video-ride-with-the-cassini-spacecraft-orbiting-saturn http://www.lecosmographe.com/blog/superbe-video-mondes-de-saturne-cassini/#.UenayWTAXf1 http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2013/07/27/_around_saturn_a_time_lapse_video_made_from_cassini_images_of_the_ringed.html http://www.smithsonianmag.com/video/Waltz-Around-Saturn.html http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2013/07/25/this-video-montage-of-saturns-rings-and-moons-is-simply-gorgeous/ http://wired.jp/2013/07/28/cassini-around-saturn/ http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57595984-1/fly-around-saturn-in-gorgeous-short-film/ http://www.giantfreakinrobot.com/sci/saturn-trippy-photomashing-video.html http://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/NASA-Sonde-Cassini-Video-laedt-zum-Walzer-mit-dem-Saturn-1926094.html http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/innovations/wp/2013/07/29/nprs-scott-simon-tweets-from-his-mothers-bedside-opens-a-window-on-grief-to-the-world/ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/07/29/saturn-waltz-video-cassini-orbiter-shostakovich_n_3660401.html http://www.lifo.gr/team/lab/40230 :-) Love, Fabio

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          • PRINTER ORCHESTRA

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            from Chris Cairns / Added

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            So glad to be able to share this! We, and by we I mean http://isthis.gd, built a MIDI orchestra for Grey London and Brother from old computer junk. Photocopiers, scanners, fax machines, printers, hard drives, modems and the like. We thought it'd be most fun to do it for real. We were really inspired by Tristram Cary, James Houston, BD594 and other radical tinkerers. Making cold stuff warm is fun. We found loads of old machines destined for landfill, took them to bits and reverse engineered them to make noises that we could control via MIDI. Badman Will Cohen made an arrangement of Bob Dylan's 'The Times They Are A-Changin' but the orchestra can play any MIDI arrangement, or indeed be performed live. Maximum respect to Neil Mendoza, Marek Bereza, Will Cohen, Stefan Dzisiewski-Smith, Justin Pentecost, Mike Harrison, Mat Holloway, Jason Oakley and all at Partizan, Liat Wassershtrom, Ben Joffe, Tim Leask, Jack Ellis, Ozzie Pullin. Awesome cinematography by Denzil Armour-Brown and Daniel Lowe. Tight edit by Ross Hallard. Post and psychotherapy by Sheldon Gardner and www.time-based-arts.com

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            • Blödes Orchester

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              Arranged like a symphony orchestra, approximately 200 antique vacuums, mixers and washers are transformed into musical instruments. They form an ensemble that the conductor, harpsichordist and composer Michael Petermann, alias weiserrausch.de, has now completed after eight years of preparation: The Stupid Orchestra. watch the making of stupid orchestra: http://www.vimeo.com/28190836 more informationen: www.weisserrausch.de former presentations: spring 2011 Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg summer 2011 Technische Sammlungen Dresden May 2012 at the 7th blurred edges Festival für aktuelle Musik: www.blurrededges.de more Videos on: www.whitetube.de find whitetube on www.facebook.com/whitetube subscribe to www.vimeo.com/​channels/​whitetube photography and editing by Karsten Wiesel

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              • Manchester Orchestra - "Virgin"

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                from Benjamin Disinger / Added

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                More on www.BenjaminDisinger.com Veteran - George Sander Gasmask Man - Chris Montgomery Lady Liberty - Kristen Farrell Little Boy - Luke Medina Little Girl - Marin Medina Father - Jim Millet Mother - Renee Ricco Shot, Directed, and Edited by Ben Disinger Compositor/Graphics Animator Bogdan Ciornei SuperGrip Ira Keeley Assistant Director Bree Murcko Costuming for Lady Liberty Alexandra DiTullio Help With Everything Else Mark Davis Aaron Gordon James Nevada Amanda Kearney Max Johnson Alex Martin Danielle Salandro Bogdan Ciornei Christina Lodato Gordie Earle and Zack Wilpon Special Thanks to: Brian and Lauri-Anne Disinger Mary Therese Friel, LLC Pamela Young Karl Goldsmith John Heartfield Jim Toepper Frank Marasco Evan Albright Stephanie Maxwell Danielle Salandro Mike Kearney Andrea Romansky Rochester KODAK RIT FVASA Office Furnal's Fresh Market MicGinny's Sports Pub Wayne County Historical Museum Iron Mike's Military Exchange Applied Audio Electronic Field Productions Laura Blank All talent (minus Chris Montgomery) provided by Mary Therese Friel, LLC Student Produced at the RIT School of Film and Animation ©2011 Ben Disinger

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                • The Computer Orchestra

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                  Created by Simon de Diesbach, Jonas Lacôte, Laura Perrenoud Thanks to Andreas Gysin and Shiverland Productions ECAL / University of Art and Design, Lausanne Switzerland Bachelor Media & Interaction Design Computer Orchestra is a crowdsourcing platform that allows users to create and conduct their own orchestra. They can choose to upload their own music or download samples to integrate into their formation. With a simple interface, they assign the chosen samples to each post. They can also arrange detection zones, that allow them to order the "musicians" to play, using various gestures. Once their orchestra is configured, they can direct it with the movements of their body. Have a look at the full project and our new interactive studio: www.computer-orchestra.com www.fragment.in

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                  • CRYSTALS ver I

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                    www.brunolevy.com http://www.katesimko.com/ facebook.com/katesimkomusic Crystals is an audio-visual collaboration utilizing live orchestra between multi-disciplinary artist Bruno Levy and DJ/composer Kate Simko. Using stop motion photography, Bruno Levy captured various types of crystals growing under a microscope. As the evaporation process occurred, a wide variety of patterns and shapes were formed, creating an organic, yet otherworldly landscape. The compiled images are reminiscent of space and the creation of matter; as the video progresses the geometry of the crystals becomes increasingly complex. Shimmering floating particles transform into glowing geometric shapes that develop into complex galactic formations, taking us on a journey of growth and evolution. Kate Simko's score meshes modern classical music with deep electronics and sound design. Highlighting the rhythmic nature of the evolution of crystals and matter, the music takes us on a short journey that combines the beauty of nature and live instruments with technology and interactive art. Crystals premiered as a live audio-visual performance in April 2013 at the Britten Theatre of the Royal College of Music in London. Alongside an orchestral ensemble of twenty musicians, Simko performed electronics while Levy triggered live visual effects using MIDI and audio analysis of the orchestra. All orchestral instruments in Crystals were recorded live and combined with the electronic music elements. video:: bruno levy music:: kate simko Conducted by Pierre O'Reilly Instrumental players: Claire Wickes - Flute/Piccolo Lydia Griffiths - Oboe Adrian Somogyi - Clarinet Isaac McCullough - Bassoon Damon Oliver - Alto Sax David Scott - Trumpet Anny Drysdale - Horn Jonny Hollick - Trombone Catrin Meek - Harp Marie Schreer - Violin Nadine Galea - Violin Louisa Tatlow - Viola Mikela Gronberg - Cello Enric Boixados Gomex - Bass

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                    • Heart Chamber Orchestra - Pixelache

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                      Heart Chamber Orchestra a performance by Terminalbeach HCO — Pixelache Festival Mar. 28, 2010 Kiasma Theatre, Helsinki, Finland http://www.heartchamberorchestra.org FILE PRIX LUX 2010 2nd Prize Winner in Electronic Sonority PRIX ARS ELECTRONICA 2010 Honorary Mention in Digital Musics & Sound Art

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