February 01, 2008
Justin Norman, of Shrieking Tree, has created two "Resplicery" films (as he calls them) set to the Myst/Riven soundtracks: "Escape from Comatose Mansion" and "A Weathered Dream Sequence". All in all, he's put together five of them, but I have to admit, "Escape from Comatose Mansion" is my new favorite (spooky!). You can watch all of them at his Resplicery page (but don't go there expecting to see something that looks like Myst... his work is wholly different).
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Huh. I had thought that he had only made two! I agree, though: "Escape from Comatose Mansion" is the best.
Posted by: Ajax | Feb 2, 2008 7:33:06 AM
These are neat. I was never able to get them to work before, so I'm glad I was finally able to see them all. Every time I hear Gehn's Theme, I always get it stuck in my head. That little, 6-note motive is so wonderful. I love the unusual intervals between the notes and the way it just keeps repeating over and over and over…it's musical insanity.
Posted by: Ren | Feb 2, 2008 2:05:46 PM
Looks like he's using film from the copyright-free era (pre-1923)? Or did he film it? Or did he not credit it properly? --simon
Posted by: s woodside | Feb 10, 2008 9:46:55 AM
Nice. :) I like his work. Crativity feeds creativity. It's a chain reaction.
Your music is so inspirating. I love it. It's amazing how you have managed to create such moods.
Posted by: Teresa | Feb 11, 2008 9:07:03 AM
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