4.19.2005

Faux Press Vodcast: Breaking Bread Together



An ode to breakfast soul food.

Getting to know this community has been entrancing.

Woke up to Raymond in NO getting ready to go to sleep. He introduced me to Annie, who was eating last week's cereal.

Decided to eat breakfast with Annie with my own old cereal bowl.

Soul food.

I play and say the music.

The experiment was with Maccam time lapse.

[Quicktime Version]

7 comments:

  1. HOLY SHIT
    -that was fucking amazing.
    poetic
    unreal
    bizzare
    and with a LA JETEE tone to it-
    -wonderfully honest and experimental
    -I am officially blown away

    -taxiplasm
    http://gnitseretni.blogspot.com

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  2. And that from a French new wave adherent with a swell voice and everything above and below.

    J

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  3. ooooh that was very artistic. :)
    hello. i appreciate the little shout out at the end.

    and i agree about sleeping alone.

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  4. oow, that was great! how did you get the captioning like that? What software did you use for it?

    I liked the format of this - will try something similar.

    Raymond

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  5. Hey guys, thanks for stopping by.

    Annie, you're right about comments. They make one feel warm & validated. Not to mention fuzzy.

    Raymond, used iMovie titles.

    Since you're on a PC and using Quicktime perhaps I can make something for you.

    I can work in Flash or import your QT .mov into iMovie and make the titles as you instruct and upload for you to access.

    Guess you could just write a script. Make some drawings to accompany if you want to get very specific.

    This movie was an experiment with the title possibilities too.

    In the meantime, what Windows OS and PC machine do you have? Do you have Windows Moviemaker? I'm familiar with that program and you could certainly do similar titles in that program.

    J, feeling fuzzy

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  6. Thanks, Jay, that's one of my favorite poems set to music. Actually play guitar. With the advent of Garage Band, added whale sounds and a bit of reverb to the mix that improved the piece's dimensionality. Thanks for saying. :)

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