I remember the first time I heard this song. I was fresh out of high school, driving with the windows down to my job at Jamba Juice from Waikiki beach. I could feel the sun on my skin from laying out - and I still smelt of salt water. I'm sure I was running late to work (sorry, Malia!). And then this song comes on the radio. I remember pulling over on the side of the street - I've never heard anything like it up to this point. And my initial response was bigger than "I like this song" or "I don't like this song." It was a feeling that took over, a sense of wonder and unfamiliarity. Paul and I really wanted to change things up - because change is always a good thing. Dare to do something that you'd never think of doing. After receiving Ableton, I thought the best way to learn how the hell to use it was by doing a video. It helped - I love how Ableton gives you endless possibilities to create music. I hope you enjoy this video as much as I enjoyed making it! As always, say WASABI: http://on.fb.me/1gcHtuD booyah. k.
A short film written and directed by Danny Sangra Here we find a common case of over thinking the situation. http://bit.ly/O0cZzI Written and Directed by Danny Sangra The Guy - Timothy Renouf The Girl - Bean Downes DoP - Charlie Herranz Colour grade - Jack McGinity Music - JM Saudinos Special thanks to A+/Academy Films
Wife and I went to Japan in January, it's a beautiful place and a beautiful culture. Music: Daughters by Tony Anderson. The Music Bed: http://bit.ly/1pRzy8E iTunes: http://bit.ly/NL1ufm Places visited: Tokyo Kyoto Yudanaka What you'll see: Tsukiji Fish Market Gion District Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Tournament Shibuya Crossing Shinkansen Bullet Trains Yudanaka Outdoor Onsen Jigokudani Snow Monkeys Traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony Tokyo Skytree Fushimi Inari Shrine/Gates Nijō Castle Ninomaru Palace Details: Camera: Canon 5DMK3 with Magic Lantern firmware and LightForm Cinema C preset, shot mostly at 60p. Lenses: Canon 24-105mm 4.0 IS and the Canon 50mm 1.4 Edited on: Premiere CC Color correction: Colorista II and Film Convert Pro 2