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Re: [microsound] an interesting monolake answer

I agree.. sonic artists for the most part should stick to what they do boest and video artists need to do the same the only truely great combos I have seen come from media artist who have worked with both mediums from day one... or when video artist and sonic artists collaberation...
but when a sonic or video artist try to do one or the other it just comes off for the most part as a medium that they just dont know to well and are just slapping it onto thier set up becasue they think they have to...

On Mon, 18 Dec 2006, noelsus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

On the broader topic of marrying visuals with sound, I think most attempts I've experienced are clumsy. To me it is very common to see well developed sonic work undermined with weakly conceived, cliched visuals, and vice versa.

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