Not a clip, but a new video!

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by Makten, May 18, 2005.


  1. Makten

    Makten Guest

    Just thought that i'd post a new video, with my band Giantess...
    Would be nice with some comments! I know it is VERY dark, but that's part of the idea. ;)

    I play the bass by the way.

    http://www.stroboskop.com/giantess_firey_video.mov

    The file is 27,6 megs, but the server is pretty fast.

    Edit: If you like it, there's a bunch of more songs to download from the site, and don't forget the guestbook. :rolleyes:

    http://www.giantess.se
     
  2. lhallam

    lhallam Member

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    Very very cool.

    I liked everything about it. You guys did a lot of work.

    Reminds me of some of the stuff the British bands were coming out with years ago.

    I'll have to check out your other material.
     
  3. Makten

    Makten Guest

    Thank you Ihallam! :)

    Maybe I'd tell you a little about the recording?

    The song was recorded mostly live in our rehearsal place, with drums, bass and one guitar as a simple stereo recording with two microphones (ADK A51S + Neumann U87) in X/Y constellation in the middle of the room. That's why the sound is a bit thin.
    Then some more guitars, lyrics and organ was added with a portastudio (Korg D8?).
    Finally we imported it to Cubasis (? Don't remember), and did some final mastering.
    So this is really a non proffessional recording, with very low budget.

    The video is mostly the work of the guitarist himself. We recorded the band sequences in the rehearsal place with a little DV-cam, and a flashlight.
    The the guitarist has done all the clay animation and everything else at his place. Don't know much about that really...

    Edit: Oh, and some equipment:

    Guitar:
    -Hofner electric guitar
    -Fender super twin reverb
    -Ibanez AD-9
    -EH Big Muff (russian green)
    -Ibanez UE-303B analog multi FX

    Bass:
    -Fender precision '57 reissue
    -EBS Multicomp
    -Marshall JCM 800 bass series
    -EBS 410 cabinet

    Organ:
    -Philips philicorda (if i remember correctly)

    Drums I don't know... Perhaps there aren't many drummers here anyway;-)
     

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