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With Love 7.31.11

Posted by Sound Semantics in 2011songoftheweek, music video, videosong.
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I have to say, I’ve been pretty lucky this week….

For those who don’t know, it was my birthday this past Thursday. Allie really stepped up and organized a wonderful weekend complete with mini-golf and a party with friends, water-balloons and a pinata. Really what more can you ask for?

Needless to say, as evening was approaching on Saturday and we were still at the park with friends, I started to become a little worried about how we’ll get a song done this week. But yet again, lucky. Our good friends Aaron and Brittany offered to come over and help us finish writing and recording the song, as well as come up with a concept for the video.

All told, this was one of the quickest projects we’ve done so far this year, but I really like the way it came out. Everything just comes out better with a little help from friends 🙂 see for yourself:

Technically, we’re revisiting time-lapse again but this time with a twist. you’ll notice that a few of the shots have two distinct angles. We used two cameras to try and get at some new perspectives. Hopefully you see something good.

Peace,
Eran

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Back to Black (Medley) 7.24.11

Posted by Sound Semantics in 2011songoftheweek, cover lovers, videosong.
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We were very saddened to find out about the death of Amy Winehouse this weekend. Her voice and work contributed a great and unique sound to today’s music community. When we found out, we changed course in our plans to pay tribute to Amy. This medley videosong has some of our favorites from her album “Back to Black.”

Harry 7.17.11

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Yes, that Harry.

For all the die-hard fans, for all the children at heart, for all the Potter historians, for all the muggle wannabes…. this song’s for you. We took to the streets to see if we could gather some enthusiastic crowd noise for this song. And boy, was the crowd enthusiastic! There were folks lined up for Harry Potter 7, Part 2 starting around 5pm where we live, probably even earlier actually.

We had fun writing a rock song in honor of the hero of this generation, and many generations to come. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, play this song loud on your way in. If you have, blast it when you get out of the theater-melancholy, victorious, and carrying the Harry torch for your children and their children’s children!

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