Saturday, July 17, 2004

You Send Me the Message

Email to "A Produce"

Amazing!! In the first 2 minutes of your soundscape: “You Send Me the Message”, you have an electronic riff they fades out and it is replaced by over 30 minutes of an entirely different soundscape. I realized that tonight while listening to it. What balls it took for you to have a totally different sonic structure at the beginning of that song, then totally replace it with a new sonic structure, with the original riff never to return. I think that’s an amazing piece of sound design. You may not think anything of it. But listen to it again and tell me if I’m wrong. I doubt it !

Friday, July 16, 2004

My Film Company

My film company is: “Psychotropic Films” – Films To Change Your Mind”. These films are about who YOU really are. When I have an idea for a film; it just arrives. I call it present-moment filmmaking. Sometimes I film ordinary things, but in my mind I have extra-ordinary ideas behind what will be the final basic visual presentation. And the music score (Sound design)is the other 50% of the film. The goal is to deliver a psycho-active experience for the viewer to experience.

Monday, July 12, 2004

Man Trap Bliss

Email to "A Produce"

Fantastic news - I completed a new film "Man Trap" tonight. I used your "You Send Me the Message" from Altar" as the psycho-active soundscape. AP, this film cannot be described - you just have to see (and hear) it to understand what I'm talking about. I love when it all comes together from just being mindful of simple events in life. Every moment a poem to me. Random events become the floating residue that are captured in its pure form, and thus inspire a visual dream of sorts. I'll get a copy in the mail to you ASAP.

Saturday, July 10, 2004

ManTrap Micro-Summary

I just finished a film called “Man Trap”. Filmed with a Sony digital camera in the movie mode at an undisclosed industrial location. At first I had no idea what I was going to do with these images, I was going about my day and this is what I saw and was moved artistically by. I had doubts though. Then over the course of two nights, I applied effects to the images, edited and laid-down a heavy industrial-ambient score by "A-Produce". The result was something that was so true to my core essence. I loved the feeling watching the completed film for the first time. It was like I was having a lucid dream.