Turn on, tune in, freak out.

I thought it was time to update my audio visual showcase, so I have added a plethora of YouTube videos to my Sound and Vision page, compiling all the best mixes and sonic experiments from the last few years.

I have also added a link to the folder containing these and dozens of other mp3 files, should you wish to download any of my peculiar ouevre, completely free of charge.

VISIT THE PAGE BY CLICKING THE IMAGE BELOW.

Enjoy the vibes.

#1linerWeds*: Wednesday Weirdness.

Here we are again, for what is probably the final dose (for now, anyway) of Wednesday Weirdness, as the guest features for Lockdown 2020 come to an end.

I have once more been hard at work in the Return of the Internet Nobody video editing suite, (a chair in the garden) to splice together an even more FX-laden audio visual spectacular; using a greatest hits collection of my animated Instagram posts which are all, need I remind you, made using only this same single photo, soundtracked with one of my remixes.

With any luck, normal service will resume next week.

#1linerWeds

Pingback to Linda G Hill

*ok, so it was one very long line, I’ll give you that.

#1linerWeds: Wednesday Weirdness.

I’m running a bit late today with my Wednesday Weirdness post, I just don’t know where the time has gone today.

I have once again stitched together some of the micro-videos which have been accompany the Melodic Randomiser posts on Instagram and added some more new music.

#1linerWeds

Pingback to Linda G Hill

#1linerWeds: Wednesday Weirdness.

For this, One Liner Wednesday‘s journey into Weirdsville, we’re following a route which takes us through both music and art.

As well as making a deliciously gloopy video for my latest musical composition, I have been adding the Melodic Randomiser to my Instagram feed, where I have produced bespoke artwork for each day’s post and here are some of my favourites, along with a peculiar gif.

#1linerWeds

Pingback to Linda G Hill

#1linerWeds: Wednesday Weirdness.

Welcome to the second week of my quarantine-friendly Wednesday Weirdness strand, which is deputising for the alternative dictionary while it’s on coronavirus lockdown in the Library of Contrivance.

Today I have some animation, some music and some homemade art for you, described in my allocated one line, like so:

A friend on Facebook, a fine chap called Tom Tomski, suggested we recreate album covers with stuff we had lying around and I also composed a new musical masterpiece, which I accompanied with a rather spiffing video.

{The first three are mine, then four from Tom and three from Fi J Sanderson. Thanks guys, for letting me share your creative genius)

So, did you get them all?

#1linerWeds

Pingback to Linda G Hill

1linerWeds: Wednesday Weirdness.

Good day to you all and welcome to a new slot on Return of the Internet Nobody, while the alternative dictionary takes a break for the duration of this…extraordinary time we’re all living through, to make way for, well, weirdness.

No idea what that actually means in the long run, but it’ll be original content, it’ll be on Wednesdays until further notice and, needless to say, it’ll be weird.

It could be music, videos, GIFs, animation, digital art, anything at all, the only thing they will have in common is that they will only have a one line explanation. This allows me to continue crowbarring them into Linda’s One Liner Wednesday feature and gives me something to do that takes longer than coming up with a bad pun once a week.

So…

I made a video to go with my latest original composition, “Fazer”; created using a timelapse of a cycle ride to the park, which you can see in this gif..

…and which you can watch in all its psychedelic glory, right here on YouTube.

#1linerWeds

Pingback to Linda G Hill

K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge.

K’lee gave me a perfect opportunity to do some mucking about for this week’s edition of K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge, when he set the theme of; AN ANIME-TED LIFE!

I went with the obvious and made some animations; one with a handmade stop motion technique and another digital one, an audio visual interpretation of one of my recent remixes.

Here is a 30 second StikBot adventure, featuring my predatory phone case…

…and a swirly, glitching, psychedelic extravaganza to accompany the soundclash mix I made a few weeks ago, as a tribute to the late Keith Flint of the Prodigy and Mark Hollis from Talk Talk.

You can be moved by K’lee’s pictures HERE.

Now let’s see what inspired you over the weekend.

*****

To get involved with the challenge, post a photo to your blog on Monday, (or just, you know, whenever) add a pingback to this post (or to K’lee’s) and don’t forget to tag your post #CosPhoChal.

Alternatively, add a link to your blog in the comments of either mine or K’lee’s post and we’ll come and check out your entry.

Any and all effects, editing, Photoshop, Instagram, morphing, collages or whatever other post production techniques you fancy are permitted, (in fact, they’re actively encouraged!) so get creative and turn your photos into artworks for the Cosmic Photo Challenge.

#CosPhoChal

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑