Rinko is a woman who has voice fetish. She feels sexual desire only by voice. One day she encounters a special “voice.” A man with the special voice whispers at her ear but she becomes more extreme and not satisfied with the whisper. As she finds her desire that is unidentifiable and uncontrollable within her, they see the depths of the voice.
Poppy Jack Productions presents an exploration into the modern music industry with Von Ahn Records for DLCF Shorts 2013. Staring Kenton Hall and Simon Aitchison. Directed and written by Alexzandra Jackson and shot by Gurdeep Sian.
A series of audio recordings that present an unseen America. This documentary feature unfolds through the eyes of eavesdroppers from the tropics.
In 1987, Eddie Lee Sausage and Mitch Deprey recorded the nightly squabbles of their over-the-top neighbors, homophobic Raymond Huffman and proudly gay Peter Haskett, and the chronicle of the pair's bizarre existence soon took on a life of its own. This darkly funny documentary checks in with former punks Eddie and Mitch, who detail their late-'80s Lower Haight surroundings, and surveys the tapes' influence on an array of underground artists.
From their early formation in Philadelphia’s underground music scene, to their business partnership with a local, independent record label, filmmaker Justin J. Jackson’s documentary Rosetta: Audio/Visual chronicles the musical accomplishments, monetary struggles, and intimate friendships of blue-collar, do-it-yourself, post-metal band Rosetta. Every album is a creative milestone, each tour a test of faith. Four years in the making, Rosetta: Audio/Visual tells the story of emotional and material sacrifice made by an electronics technician, high school civics teacher, coffee shop barista, and martial arts instructor in order to achieve financial control and artistic freedom.
Silent Shout: An Audio Visual Experience is a live DVD from The Knife, taken from the April 12, 2006 concert at the Trädgår'n, Gothenburg, Sweden, in their 2006 Silent Shout tour. It was released in Sweden in November 2006 on The Knife's Rabid Records label. The DVD features a 5.1 surround sound recording of the show (with visuals from Andreas Nilsson), as well as all 11 of their music videos. Their short film When I Found the Knife is also included. The DVD was included in a limited edition box set version of Silent Shout released in July 2007 along with an additional CD of the concert's audio.
Viedo to check DST AUDIO SYSTEM
These introductory pieces are followed by an exhaustive set of calibration tones including: Channel Identification Tests, 7.1, 5.1, 2.0 in all of the new HD codecs from Dolby and DTS Speaker Balance Tests, 7.1, 5.1, 2.0 Speaker Phase Tests Check the phase of each speaker pair Frequency Sweep Tests Test for rattles or room nodes Subwoofer Sweep TestTest for low frequency rumble Subwoofer Crossover Test Check your crossover frequency The technology of recording in real surround HD-Audio coupled with the capability of the blu-ray format to deliver HD-Video brings the intimacy of the performance into your own personal listening space. Watch it with the video or simply sit back and revel in the music as it is passed between members of the group.
Dolby Digital 5.1 mix of the Blue Man Group CD plus extras
Cold War Leningrad: In a culture where the recording industry was ruthlessly controlled by the state, music lovers discovered an extraordinary alternative means of reproduction: they repurposed used x-ray film as the base for records of forbidden songs. Giving blood every week to earn enough money to buy a recording lathe, one bootlegger Rudy Fuchs cuts banned music onto such discarded x-rays to be sold on street corners by shady dealers. It was ultimate act of punk resistance, a two-fingered salute to the repressive regime that gave a generation of young Soviets access to forbidden Western and Russian music, an act for which Rudy and his fellow bootleggers would pay a heavy price.
Nowadays, film critics do not have to rely on written or verbal language anymore. Not only critical film makers, such as Harun Faroki or Tom Anderson, but also film critics, like Kent Jones, Tag Gallagher, Kevin B. lee and others frequently begin to perform their work by using film and video footages. Mediact opens a course of audio visual film critic yearly to expand the scope of film ciritic and visual art.
Death By Audio, an underground art and music venue, is forced to close in 2014. The film focuses on the struggles of maintaining a community in the face of Brooklyn property development, hostile construction workers, and a one billion-dollar company.
The soundtrack to the legendary concert film of the same name, which was released in 1976. The performances in the film were recorded July 27-29, 1973 at Madison Square Garden during the band’s tour for its then-current studio album, Houses Of The Holy. The packaging for all of the reissue formats will be the most exquisite and elaborate in the Led Zeppelin reissue series, echoing the intricate embossing of the albums original issue. This format represents the album’s debut in hi-res 5.1 surround sound on Blu-ray audio. It features 96kHz/24 bit 5.1 (DTS-HD Master Audio Surround) and stereo mixes (PCM Stereo and DTS-HD Master Audio Stereo). It also includes video performances of four songs not in the original film: “Celebration Day,” “Over The Hills And Far Away,” “Misty Mountain Hop,” and “The Ocean.” (All with 5.1 audio).
"Recording Josephine" showcases the personalities and recording process involved in the making of the album, "Josephine" by Magnolia Electric Company. The album was recorded at engineer Steve Albini's Electical Audio in Chicago.
The technology of recording in real surround HD-Audio coupled with the capability of the blu-ray format to deliver HD-Video brings the intimacy of the performance into your own personal listening space. Watch it with the video or simply sit back and revel in the music as it is passed between members of the group.
A young girl visits a 17th-century arts museum in Amsterdam and decides to take the audio tour. The girl is struck with surprise when the voice that guides her takes on a life of its own...
AudioFiles is a television music series produced by BYUtv. The series combines interviews, concerts, and behind-the-scenes footage of nationally rising indie bands. The show premiered on April 10, 2012, at 6:30 pm MST, 8:30 pm EST. On March 3, 2012, the first promo commercial was released. On March 29, 2012, BYUtv housed a pre-screening inside BYU's new broadcasting building. The show's first press release was on February 29, 2012. Past episodes can be viewed on the show's website. The first season featured rising bands including Neon Trees, Imagine Dragons, Mason Jennings, Trampled By Turtles, Low, Damien Jurado, Joshua James, and Paper Route. The second season will feature bands including The Head and the Heart, The Album Leaf, Mates of State, Nada Surf, Akron/Family, and more. Salt Lake City Weekly named the series "Best Music Television 2013".
Live Audio Wrestling is a Canadian sports radio talk show hosted by "The Mouth" Dan Lovranski and Jason Agnew. The program primarily covers news and events surrounding professional wrestling and mixed martial arts. First premiering in May 1997 as an internet radio show, The LAW later shifted to conventional radio on several stations in the Toronto area, and moving to its current flagship station CHUM in 2011, where it currently airs live at 11:00 PM ET on Sunday nights.
Audio Quest: A Captain LIGHTS Adventure is a 10 episodes short-form motion comic series that premiered on MTV September 28, 2009. It stars electro-pop artist LIGHTS as a super-hero on a galactic adventure to restore sound to the universe.