Animusic

  Curio 18:36 06 Feb 09
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Three and a half minutes of pleasure. Tricky too!
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  Pineman100 18:56 06 Feb 09

What a lot of balls.

  peter99co 20:18 06 Feb 09

Good spot, thank you.

  Al94 21:49 06 Feb 09

I quite like the Anime on the right.

  interzone55 22:25 06 Feb 09

Fantastic.

Around 2 minutes in I expected Viv Stanshall to say "and Tubular Bells!"

  IClaudio 22:33 06 Feb 09

Excellent!

  Forum Editor 22:38 06 Feb 09

Which reminds me (and may be of interest to other copyright freaks) that last year Mike Oldfield regained the rights to Tubular Bells when the original 35 year licence deal with Virgin ended.

Now that's a nice little bit of copyright property to have in one's portfolio.

  Forum Editor 22:40 06 Feb 09

you'll like this (as they say):

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  esbe 23:43 06 Feb 09

The Animusic 1 & Animusic 2 Dvds are worth buying,as they also contain info from the creator about how each track was made - very clever stuff.

Think I got mine from Amazon about a year ago for about £12.00 each.

  BIG Ben strikes 10 again! 08:24 07 Feb 09

Oh the good old animusic!
I do wonder if there is any VST software out there which will do this as you play, that would be really cool. I might have to wait a few more years for that one!

  peter99co 19:45 10 Feb 09

I ordered two DVD's and had good service from them

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