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"Microscopic Horrors" Music Video Microscopy DVD Now Available Digitally

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Old 07-09-2005, 04:05 AM
khartung@cableone.net
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Last year I announced in this group the availability of a new
experimental music video DVD that I produced, entitled "Microscopic
Horrors." This was a music video - partly educational and partly a
parody of 50's sci-fi / horror flicks - of live microscopic organisms
that I shot with my USB enabled microscope at 400X magnification, and
then added music from my solo CD "Places" as the soundtrack.

I finally ripped the entire DVD to mpeg and then converted to smaller
Windows Media and Real Media formats. So, here's the whole thing
available for free download!

[Only registered users see links. ] (WMV)
[Only registered users see links. ] (RM)

Also, you can find out more about the DVD here:
[Only registered users see links. ]

"I haven't found anything similar, which is kind of a surprise. It is a
cool topic. I really enjoyed your video work. It reminded me oddly of
something from Lovecraft-- moving gelatinous shapes mounted on walls--
very cool!" (Thomas Park, Mystified, [Only registered users see links. ])

"Wonderful, and very creative" (Michael Peters, Musician and Artist,
[Only registered users see links. ])

"This film will move the viewer at one level or another rather than
leaving a sense of blasť', but only those who share Hartung's sense of
the absurd and understand his humor will truly 'get it'" (Grant Keely,
Musician/Writer/InfoTech Deviant)

I enjoyed making this video so much, that I hope to produce a
"Microscopic Horrors II" next spring, and this time I'd like to get
some of you involved in composing your own loop music as components of
the soundtrack. I think some of you might get a kick out of writing
music to videos of bizarre microscopic organisms.

Cheers,

Krispen Hartung
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Old 07-12-2005, 11:33 PM
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Hello team

LAst year Krispen was kind enough to provide me with a gratis copy of his
work.

Well as I reported then his creation really very good.

It comprises suprisingly good videos or microorganisms combined with well
played and meldodically intersting ecclectic music.

Well worth a look and not to be missed


Best N10





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Last year I announced in this group the availability of a new
experimental music video DVD that I produced, entitled "Microscopic
Horrors." This was a music video - partly educational and partly a
parody of 50's sci-fi / horror flicks - of live microscopic organisms
that I shot with my USB enabled microscope at 400X magnification, and
then added music from my solo CD "Places" as the soundtrack.

I finally ripped the entire DVD to mpeg and then converted to smaller
Windows Media and Real Media formats. So, here's the whole thing
available for free download!

[Only registered users see links. ] (WMV)
[Only registered users see links. ] (RM)

Also, you can find out more about the DVD here:
[Only registered users see links. ]

"I haven't found anything similar, which is kind of a surprise. It is a
cool topic. I really enjoyed your video work. It reminded me oddly of
something from Lovecraft-- moving gelatinous shapes mounted on walls--
very cool!" (Thomas Park, Mystified, [Only registered users see links. ])

"Wonderful, and very creative" (Michael Peters, Musician and Artist,
[Only registered users see links. ])

"This film will move the viewer at one level or another rather than
leaving a sense of blasť', but only those who share Hartung's sense of
the absurd and understand his humor will truly 'get it'" (Grant Keely,
Musician/Writer/InfoTech Deviant)

I enjoyed making this video so much, that I hope to produce a
"Microscopic Horrors II" next spring, and this time I'd like to get
some of you involved in composing your own loop music as components of
the soundtrack. I think some of you might get a kick out of writing
music to videos of bizarre microscopic organisms.

Cheers,

Krispen Hartung
[Only registered users see links. ]


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Old 07-14-2005, 09:43 AM
Scott Coutts
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N10 wrote:

Yeah, I took a look too on the website, and I enjoyed the music. I
listen to a lot of music in that style. If I was to criticise, I would
say this; I think the introduction section takes too long, and I dont
think the shots of (I assume) you, Krispen, do your video any favours (:
Sorry! To me, those scenes straight away say 'dont bother taking this
seriously' (but not in a good way). Otherwise, yeah, I think it's good.

Scott.
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Old 07-16-2005, 04:19 AM
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"...I dont think the shots of (I assume) you, Krispen, do your video
any favours (:
Sorry! To me, those scenes straight away say 'dont bother taking this
seriously' (but not in a good way). Otherwise, yeah, I think it's
good."

Yep, that's the whole point...not to take it too seriously. This
review quote about sums it up and hits the nail on the head:

"This film will move the viewer at one level or another rather than
leaving a sense of blase', but only those who share Hartung's sense of
the absurd and understand his humor will truly 'get it'" - Grant Keely,
Musician/Writer/InfoTech Deviant

Hence, I'll take your comment as a compliment, because it rings true to
my intention. Thank you! I'm perfectly capable of producing something
very serious and educational (and have), but this was all about having
fun and being korny, something I don't get a chance to do all of the
time...like being a child again. We should all do more of that, I
think.

Krispen

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Old 07-16-2005, 04:26 AM
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I forgot to mention. I do plan on producing a "Microscopic Horrors II"
next year, which will will likely be more serious in nature and just
cut to the chase to the video and music. You might like this one
better. I'll probably get some other musicians to collaborate with me
on the soundtrack as well, which will make it a bit more diverse.

Cheers,

Kris

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Old 07-17-2005, 03:04 AM
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Yeah I didnt mean it to sound quite like it did. I realise that it was
not supposed to be serious or hard-edged or an 'educational video' per
se, and I dont doubt that you're capable of doing that! I liked the rest
of it a lot.


Yeah, definitely. I dont certainly dont have a problem with the fact
that it's light hearted or a litte bit korny. Just wasnt my taste I guess (:

I'm also looking forward to seeing your next installment (:
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Old 07-18-2005, 05:51 PM
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Count me in as a collaborateur

N10


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