- In my videos I always loved searching new ways to produce sounds, in fact we are surrounded by so many sounds, it can be a bird whistling, the sound of the wind or even you playing drums with you fingers on a table.I also thought it would be interesting to see what I could do with my body, since a majority of us only play with our voice or in claping in your hands.And I've got to admit Diego Stocco is a great source of inspiration concerning new way to get sounds, so I decided to get a stethoscope on eBay and tried to see what I could get when I punched my chest with this great resonnant part we call ribcage.So here's the stethoscope I used in the video with the Rode NT5 microphone with is a very precise and clean one, it was perfect for the job.
- As I do for my other videos, I followed the videoSong rules, for those who aren't familiar with them, here it is :1. What you see is what you hear (no lip-syncing for instruments or voice).
2. If you hear it, at some point you see it (no hidden sounds).I also had to record my video and the sound at the same time. Then I mixed up the whole song in Logic, I just play with compression, EQ and reverb, the aim for this video was to hear body sounds only, no computer instruments.So here's how Final Cut looked like when I finished to copy past my videos to sync them up with the sound :
- Then it took a few minutes to upload the video on YouTube (thank you countryside and your 512K...)And here's the result!Please enjoy