Having tried something in a similar vain once, I know how much work goes into this sort of video. So well done.
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Not bad. Nicely filmed but I found it a bit "bitty". Of course, if you'd got a constant rhythm going through it I'd have said how derivitive it is of the likes of kartiv2 - so you can't win
Given the subject, it occurs to me it's a missed opportunity. If you could somehow contrive to get all the sounds together so that you culd cut it together to make McCartney's "Yesterday" that would have been perfect: "Scrambled Eggs" being the working title/lyric for that song. Mind you YouTube would have probably pulled it within a nanosecond so you couldn't win there, either
As always, thanks for your feedback.
I once has an idea I'd make a short film about my father's model railway layout (don't worry - I didn't so you don't have to watch it) and I had in mind for the beginning to do an "EastEnders" opening starting with a close-up from abov and having it turning as the camera pulls away (obviously I was going to cheat all this and just use a still and do all the movement in post.
Whilst I never got that far, I did work manage a fairly successful experiment with the title:
I got together a selection of steam locomotive sounds (hissing, and whistles) then carefully tuned and saved samples of each so I had them in a range of notes.
I the used the samples in Acid to prduce the EastEnders theme made entirely of sampled steam locos.
OK I only got as far as doing the drum beat (including the famous intro) and a melody, but I'd proved the feasibility.
But it is rather time consuming and will be much more so matching the video clips as well.
Yep, it could be very time consuming, anyway thanks for sharing I think I'm going to try something easier next time...