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12 JUNE 2014

Playful animation of mistakes to avoid when creating your showreel

"I love showreels, and make sure to watch a few every morning with my first coffee. Noticing my own reel was insanely out–of–date got me thinking about reels in general. Here are a few of the obvious 2D and 3D showreel tropes I could think of (and am guilty of, too) mashed together into one almighty anti–showreel!"

(Peter Quinn, 06 June 2014)

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Simon Perkins
12 AUGUST 2012

Kutiman's musical melange ThruYOU is a celebration of remix culture

"What you are about to see is a mix of unrelated YouTube videos/clips edited together to create ThruYou. In other words – what you see is what you hear. Check out the credits for each video – you might find yourself.."

(Ophir Kutiel, http://www.kutiman.com/)

1). Ophir Kutiel (Kutiman), ThruYOU Project, "Kutiman–Thru–you – 01 – Mother of All Funk Chords", uploaded on 7 Mar 2009.
2). Ophir Kutiel (Kutiman), ThruYOU Project, "Kutiman–Thru–you – 08 – About ", uploaded by kutiman on 7 Mar 2009.
3). website design by Baconoppenheim [http://www.bnop.co/projects/thru–you/], 2009.

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Simon Perkins
03 NOVEMBER 2009

8 bit Girl: Video Chiptune

"Take 8–bit gadgets (old computers, handheld games, Nintendos, etc), record those blips and bleeps, and string 'em together to make sweet, sweet music –– and you've got the genre known as bitpop. Or chiptune. Or, simply enough, 8–bit. The bitpop world owes a debt to the original bleepers –– krautrockers Kraftwerk"

(Stereogum, 12 January 2007)

['8 bit Girl' by by 'Chaosqaal' on YouTube appears to reference the music genre of the chiptune.]

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8 bit Girl • 8-bitbitpopchiptunecomposition • handheld games • jump cutKraftwerk • krautrocker • micromusicmusicmusic videoNintendopatternre-editremixrhythmsequence compositionsequence designsound designyoung girlYouTube

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Simon Perkins
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