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Video Clip is out for “I Get Chills”

 

It’s been a long time coming but here is my 1st ever video clip and it’s for my new song “I get chills”.
I’ll point you over to Who the hell and later this week go into more details with who was involved but for now enjoy!

 

http://whothehell.net/archives/12062

Best Soundtrack Nominee

 

 

The Demo scene is truly where my musicality came from. To have my music Nominated for Best Soundtrack in a demo is possibly one of the most humbling experiences – it’s awesome!. It was quite an accident that I was considered to score this demo but I am so glad it happened. I have been a BIG fan of CNCD & Fairlight and I thank them for allowing me to remix my track All falls down for this one. Thank you to Scene.org for your support as well.

 

If you love reading about process then you should stop and look at this page. Smaash has done a wonderful job about the challenges in coding a demo like this.

 

And if you wanna see all the Nominees and even vote then you can follow this link Scene.org | Hunz

 

Valley Fiesta Pocket Music at Mana Bar (ft. cTrix, Derris-Kharlan, hunz, Dot.AY and more)

 

Youtube Link here

 

Here is a little snippet of what went down on Saturday night. I had an awesome night :P . I got to meet people who are passionate about computer music and then hear their wonderful tones that came from old hardware (gameboys and amiga’s). Thanks for this quick capture of the night 10k. Very awesome :D .

 

You can hear a little snippet of my upcoming track from 7bit hero in this wrap up. The song is called “Level 01 – Cat and Bird wake up Boy. Computer can’t sing.”

 

Valley Fiesta Pocket Music animated Flyer (with Octopus & City Destruction!!)

 

Youtube Link here

 

We are doing a hunz presents 7bit hero show at the valley fiesta pocket music. I had the privilege of doing the poster art for this one and then got a crazy idea to animate this one as well. Hope you guys enjoy it. I would love to send a big /hug out to my wife and ivmotion crew for help on this one. Thank you Manabar and Valley Fiesta for supporting the crazyness of the chip music scene. Oh don’t forget to come to this show too :D

 

Here is the artwork.

 

 

Did I mention that 7bit hero is turning into an Ep?

 

Animated gig poster

 

Youtube Link here

 

Phil, the bass player, and I usually do posters together. I supply the artwork and he does such incredible work on the typography and pulling the look together (thanks phil). Recently we’ve been bumping a certain look through the posters that we’ve been loving which you can see here. Over the weekend however phil put the whole poster together for the up and coming Ric’s Bar show that is happening during the Valley Fiesta. I was so inspired by the poster I had to animate it.

 

Here is the wonderful artwork phil did up.

 

 

In the video you can hear a new track we are working on. So that means New hunz music coming soon. (and no it’s not 7bit stuff either :P )

 

Hunz live at the The Hi-Fi Bris


youtube link here

 

We had an awesome show at The Hi-Fi Bris the other night and we were lucky enough to have NiteShok video a few of the songs. If you didn’t make it out you can now hear and watch us perform some of the set. A big thank you to The Hazards of Swimming Naked for having us along, Niteshok for filming this and The Staff at The Hi-Fi Bris very VERY awesome!

 

 

Real-time video clip for song “All falls down”

 

Some of you might know the history of where “hunz” came from. For those that don’t Hunz was my handle for writing music in the demo scene. The demoscene is a computer art subculture that specializes in producing demos, which are non-interactive audio-visual presentations that run in real-time on a computer. The main goal of a demo is to show off programming, artistic, and musical skills. (wiki).

 

I was involed with serveral demo groups, growing up, that put out a few real-time demos but I’ve never had my music used in a demo being presenting at a party. That is until now. Smash approached me about a week ago to see if he could use my music in a demo he was preparing to enter into Assembly 2010. So I did a remixed version of “All falls down” that helped give a better sense of matching the visual aesthetic.

 

Why is this amazing? Well this runs in real-time on your pc. Think of it as a video game that pushes your machine past the point of fuctioning. It does require Windows and DX9 and a nvidia g260 or better and you can download the file here (80megs). Then extract the contents and run the demo at your screen res to really enjoy the visual wonder of it all.

 

A very big thank you too Carillon & Cyberaid, Fairlight, Smash, Dstop and Louie500. Thank you for putting in the long hours to put this together. I feel like I got the easy part.

 

I am amazed and I thank you again.

 

Also watch out for my soon to be announced chip tune album “7bit hero”. So soon. click here

 

Music used in a Documentary

I recently got contacted to have my music used on a Documentary. The Documentary is about the Buddha Festival here in Brisbane. I wish the best for the team involved and many thanks for using my music! Enjoy.

 

 

Youtube link here

 

Videos from Skinny Jean show

For those of you that couldn’t make it out to the Skinny jean show where they asked me to perform one of their songs “A blessing” and did a cover of “Soon, Soon”. Well you are in luck. Niteshok was there and filmed the 2 songs and has been kind enough to share it with everyone. A big thank you to the skinny jean guys for allowing me to sing their tune. It’s things like this that makes what you do all worth while!

 


A Blessing

 


Soon, Soon

 

You Said Hello on Microsoft Surface

One of the best things about releasing your work for free and available in a format that includes all the note data is people in the community who express themselves in mathematics can do things like this. I watched it a few times and was just struck by it all. Thank you Justin.

 

 

Justin Says “Lightwell can best be thought of as “pong meets rock band”, as it is a multiplayer rhythm game that gives each player a different track of the song. Players play the song by moving shuttles around the outside of the central ring and reflecting lighted blips back to the center. So long as a player continues to successfully reflect these blips, the track continues to play. This was the final project for my multitouch computing class.”

 

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