Musician Drasko Vucevic of Barcelona and Toronto sends us this lovely bit of work. It’s a real tank of water, real oil, shot real-for-real – then manipulated to heck. What’s interesting to me is that the process for the sound design mirrors the process for the visuals: recordings of water were heavily manipulated digitally to produce sonic effects to match the visuals.
I never get tired of water. Of course, you may need it for all the coding you’ll be doing with what we show you on the site. I’m reminded of an O’Reilly Head First book that suggested that readers “irrigate their brains” before proceeding.
Now, back to our regularly-scheduled programming.