Lifelike Camera Movement in C4D GSG Podcast Ep 95

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In this Podcast, the crew discusses how they each discovered the power of the camera in Cinema 4D. The camera can be a powerful storytelling device and should be treated as such even in Motion design.

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Choosing the right Lens in C4D – GSG Tutorial

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Bouncy Smash — A Smashing Arcade Game

A Narrative Film


The most narrative narrative never narrated. It has a beginning, a middle, and an end…. It is at once both a three-act assault on the conceit of the traditional narrative, and also perhaps, a futile attempt to escape the narrative impulse of cinema. OFFICIAL SELECTIONS Raindance Slamdance St. Louis International Film Festival Ann Arbor Film Festival Annecy International Animated Film Festival London International Animation Festival Holland Animation Film Festival Melbourne International Animation Festival Speechless Film Festival Flickers’ Vortex Film Festival Festival Silhouette Insomnia Festival Film Fort

REI Presents: How To Run 100 Miles


In September 2017, I stepped up to the starting line of the Run Rabbit Run 100 in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, alongside my friend Jayson Sime. The race is a 102.9-mile ultramarathon with 20,000 feet of elevation gain, which is no small feat for a couple of guys who don’t know what they’re doing. Jayson had talked me into it, and if I were to be completely honest, I’d say we were there to test out his life philosophy, which is basically that you can do anything you dream up, as long as you put in the work and refuse to quit. That ethic has worked for him in almost every other area of life, despite growing up in poverty, one of six children with no father, and dyslexia. In the six months leading up to the race, we figured since we weren’t naturally talented runners, the best thing we could do is work hard. So we ran 50- to 70-mile weeks all summer, and went through a full range of feelings: fear, regret, sadness, FOMO, hunger, thirst, exhaustion, pain, and joy. And gluttony, which is not a feeling, but what happens after you run 20 or more miles. The chart below is a representation of a training plan for a 100-mile race (but if you’re really looking to train for a 100-mile race, you should find a real training plan online or in a book). How did the race go? You can watch our film, How to Run 100 Miles, to find out. No spoilers here. Directed and produced by Brendan Leonard Co-Directors: Hilary Oliver and Aidan Haley Editor: Aidan Haley Cinematography: Brendan Leonard and Hilary Oliver Animation: Brendan Leonard and Eric Bucy Steamboat Springs Unit: Director of Photography: Forest Woodward Additional Cinematography: Aidan Haley, Brody Leven, Syd Jones, Jayson Sime, and Brendan Leonard Original Score: Cleod9 Music Featured Performers: Ian McLeod, Peter Mulcahy, and Matt Sedivy Audio Post Production: Scotty Beam/Cleod9 Music “Puppets” Performed by Atmosphere Written & Produced by Atmosphere S. Daley for Upsidedown Heart Music (ASCAP) & A. Davis for Ant Turn That Snare Down (ASCAP) Taken from the album When Life Gives You Lemons, You Paint That Shit Gold Used Courtesy of Rhymesayers Entertainment, LLC Thanks Run Rabbit Run U.S. Forest Service Meghan Hicks Joe and Kathy Leonard Cheryl Sime Anders Norblom Kate Duch Paolo Mottola Syd Jones and Debi Sule Angie Lundstedt Brody Leven Christian Folk Luke Nelson Bodie Johnson Jessica DiCarlo Mr. Rider ———————————————————————————————————– At Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI), we love to get outside and play, and we know first-hand the importance of quality outdoor gear. We stand behind all our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and we design our own line of award-winning REI brand gear and clothing. Whether you’re new to outdoor adventure or a seasoned pro, we gladly share our enthusiasm for our products—and the trails, slopes and waterways where we play. Shop REI.com: https://www.rei.com/ Take a class: https://www.rei.com/learn.html Travel with REI: https://www.rei.com/adventures Learn something new: https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice Find a trail: https://www.rei.com/h/adventure-projects Read: https://www.rei.com/blog REI Membership: https://www.rei.com/membership/benefits

Xequence Overview | TheAudioDabbler First Look


Kind of a first look and overview of the new midi sequencer Xequence.

Xequence
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/xequence-midi-workstation/id1279011478?mt=8&at=1010luhU

Patreon Link(if your into that sort of thing)
https://www.patreon.com/theaudiodabbler

Paypal Link
https://www.paypal.me/mitchslayton

Equipment Used
Panasonic G7
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iConnectAudio4+ for Sound routing
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Audio Record with Zoom H4nPro
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Edited in Final Cut Pro
https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/app/final-cut-pro/id424389933?mt=12
Patreon Link(if your into that sort of thing)
https://www.patreon.com/theaudiodabbler

Paypal Link
https://www.paypal.me/mitchslayton

Equipment Used

Panasonic G7
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iConnectAudio4+
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Audio Record with Zoom H4nPro
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Rode VideoMicro
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LaunchPad Pro
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Novation Impulse 25
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Arturia Minilab mk2
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Principles of Newspeak: Appendix


Principles of Newspeak is the first release to emerge on Denkfabrik, a new imprint curated by Berlin-based Québécois producer Nicolas Bougaïeff. The album includes 3 tracks from his recent Cognitive Resonance 12” which inaugurated the return of seminal British label NovaMute.

Inspired by the appendix to George Orwell’s 1984, Principles of Newspeak is about the war on truth itself. An exercise in gleefully distorted harmonies and expressionist noise, the album disrupts the 4/4 pulse with alternative beats and blinding sheets of rhythmical distortion. Principles of Newspeak draws on the artist’s love for avant-garde forms by opposing relentless uptempo workouts with inexorably slower techno experiments.

The title track sets a tone of bold and raw gravitas with cascading synth lines and distorted half-time beats. Hard-edged noise blasts and cathartic harmonies, punctuated by a soaring climactic melody, trace the daring journey of ‘Room 101’. In ‘Silence’, rich textural drones and distant arpeggios conjure up a final landscape of crashing sonified lies.

Principles of Newspeak draws on diverse influences such as the cinematic exuberance of Clint Mansell and the tooled distortion of Ben Frost.

Holding a doctorate in music, Bougaïeff has performed ground-breaking DJ sets and live shows at renowned Berlin venues such as Wilde Renate, OHM and KitKat. He designed the controllers for Richie Hawtin’s Plastikman tour and collaborated on a 12” with Max Cooper.

Forthcoming releases on Denkfabrik include Vocabulary C, a collection of locked grooves inspired by Principles of Newspeak.

Bougaïeff & Narciss – Vocabulary C

Closer: Hannibal and the Art of the Intimate

Principles of Newspeak: Vocabulary C


Full release and download:
https://bougaieffnarciss.bandcamp.com/album/vocabulary-c

Supervielle


“Supervielle” is an abstract exploration done with paper shapes, a balance between positive and negative spaces. Is an homage to a great musician, Luciano Supervielle, and one of my favorite songs, Otro dia en Uruguay (another day in Uruguay). In the album “Suite para piano y pulso velado”, the Uruguayan-French musician puts together a collection of piano pieces which, through a subtle accompaniment of electronic programming and synthesizers, generates a unique merge of classical music, “Rio de la Plata” music and new tendencies in electronic music. More info and process: lacar.tv/supervielle Credits Direction, Design & Animation: Leo G Franchi Music: “Otro día en Uruguay” by Luciano Supervielle. Used with authorization by Luciano Supervielle and without commercial purpose. Year: 2017