Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 Video
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Basic idea was to create a image of the sound and a sound of the image. "Author" of the music is my software "LvB's X" (virtual music composer) then I made arrangement. The animation - renderer: ART VPS RenderPipeMAX. Audio: Cubase VST, CoolEdit and samples from CD/DVD: "Computer Music", "MusicTech", "Future Music" and "homemade". Realization: 1.-idea development 1995-2003 2.-software and 3D models 2001-2004 3.-animating 3D models and music 2002-2005 4.-final video october 2005. Now, I will try to make DVD with 12 videos. Each one will be dedicated parallelly to one musical instrument and to one month illustrated corresponding temper / mood / weathering factors / atmospheric agents (sun, moon, rain, snow, wind, fog, aurora borealis, dew, clouds, rainbow,...). I hope it can be done at the end of 2007. Broadcasting quality of this video you can download here www.lvbsx.com.
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