Nombre de messages : 746 Age : 32 Localisation : Maison Grise Date d'inscription : 30/08/2009
Sujet: Re: Instruments de musiques extraordinaires ! Dim 8 Nov - 14:47
The video is a piece called Pipe Dream that was created by Wayne Lytle, and Dave Crognale and their team at Animusic, a content creation company located in Austin, Texas.
The company has created a number of quite amazing 3D computer graphics music animation videos that are available via the company website. According to information on the Animusic website:
Both the graphics and the music are entirely digitally synthesized. Virtual instruments are invented by building computer graphics models of objects that would appear to create the sound of the corresponding music synthesizer track. Graphical instruments range from being reminiscent of existing instruments to arbitrarily abstract.
Killer, même si ce n'est pas la réalité, on ne peut pas nier qu'il a fallu pas mal de boulot.
C'est, d'après ce que je comprends, la société texane nommée "Animusic" qui a fait ce montage.
Page wiki de Animusic : http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animusic
Site officiel : http://www.animusic.com/index.php
Animusic a écrit:
What is Animusic?
Animusic is computer animated music where virtual instruments perform music on their own, precisely playing each note.
You'll most likely see Animusic as individual music videos about 4 to 5 minutes long. The videos are collected together to form a "visual album", and sold as a DVD. Our first release features 7 distinct music animations, the Animusic 2 DVD has 8 main pieces. You could say they're like record albums where you get to see the music.
Animusic is also the name of our production company and independent label, focused exclusively on creating and marketing innovative music-driven computer animation.
The animations are created with computers utilizing a process similar to that of movies like Toy Story and Finding Nemo (although we add our own "secret sauce" that allows musical instruments to magically animate themselves).
Each animation features inventive instruments playing music in different settings. Although people sometimes think they are viewing actual instruments (a testament to the detail work and care put into each piece) alas, it's all digital and can only be seen on a screen.
Animusic isn't targeted to any particular age group or gender, and it's great to see that so many different types of people enjoy watching the animations; teens, toddlers, grandparents, engineers, musicians, animation fans . . . it appeals to a very broad spectrum.
That's a quick introduction. We invite you to explore our site and learn all the details . . . simply use the navigation buttons to the left, or follow any yellow text links (may we suggest DVD Info & Clips or Reviews?)
Also, many common questions are answered on our support page.
Ils on fait plein d'autres montages en 3D, il suffit de taper Animusic sur Youtube. Mais je trouve que celle que j'ai posté est la plus spectaculaire !