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Eclectic Method – A Brief History of Sampling

A video remix journey through the history of sampling taking in some of the most noted breaks and riffs of the decades. A chronological journey from the Beatles’ use of the Mellotron in the 60s to the sample dense hiphop and dance music of the 80s and 90s. Each break is represented by a vibrating vinyl soundwave exploding into various tracks that sampled it, each re-use another chapter in the modern narrative.

GIZMODO – How Criterion Collection Brings Movies Back From the Dead

William Gibson: The New Cyber/Reality

Yeah – I know this is a bit dated, but I like what he is describing in this interview. BTW – invest in Google.

Transparent Machines™

We are the Transparent Machines™ | fullscreen please |

Our society is obsessed with the conflicting concepts of transparency and privacy. We are “outraged” by the actions of the NSA, yet continue to willfully upload more and more of our personal information to Facebook and Google. This film explores the contradictory nature of our actions and beliefs regarding transparency.

directed by: beeple
sound design: standingwave /
music: heqc – pulverized /
voice over: rachel salaman

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DOUGLAS TRUMBULL | Master Class | Higher Learning

All you tech junkies – prepare to be amazed.

Machine Terrorism as Art

Mark Pauline is the founder of Survival Research Laboratories, a mythical moniker among weird-techies, art-punks and general violence seekers across the globe. Pauline began his work in the 80s in the San Francisco punk and art scene defacing billboards and organizing public pranks. Through the decades, he has become a pioneer in technological and performance arts. His vaguely anthropomorphic creations are some of the most dangerous machines ever made, rivaling the military, but instead of turning their threats on us, the machines blow each other up and let us watch.

Tom Clancy’s The Division – E3 Breakdown Trailer [North America]

Beautiful work. Can’t wait to play it.

SoundWorks Collection – The Sound and Music of Oblivion

In this exclusive SoundWorks Collection profile we talk with visionary Director Joe Kosinski about the sound and music of his new film “Oblivion”. Also featured are Kosinski’s behind-the-scenes collaborators include Composer Joseph Trapanese, M83′s Anthony Gonzalez, and Re-recording Mixer Gary Rizzo, and Re-recording Mixer Juan Peralta.


The mighty Joseph Kosinski invited Munkowitz to the GFX party once again, this time for his spring blockbuster feature film OBLIVION™… Predictably, the list of graphic assets to be created was obscene, so munko assembled and led another super team of GFX mercenaries and descended into the lovely confines of Crater Lake Productions to generate the aforementioned fuckload of graphic content… Working with Joseph always brings out the best in Munk and Company, and this time around was certainly no exception… OBLIVION © Universal Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.


A small selection of clips captured on a 3 day shoot in Montana using the brand new CineStar with MōVI MR Gimbal. This system allows for up to 100mm focal length lenses to be used on a remote helicopter for the first time ever. The system is an all digital stabilized flight head that allows for shots that were previously impossible from a small remote helicopter.