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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Video: Delia Derbyshire, Loop Composer

January 22, 2013 Update: I posted this back in 2010. This music-video collage is still just as impressive as the first time I had the pleasure of watching it. I'm sure there were plenty of people who missed this post the first time around, and since we're in the process of re-uploading content for the blog, I thought I would bump this post to the top of the blog so that it can be shared with an entirely different group of visitors. Unfortunately AK_Alias seems to have disappeared since then. I last heard from him back in 2010, a few months after this was posted. I have yet to see him appear on the internet under this alias. AK if you happen to see this, or anyone who knows him, please contact me.

With this video I plan to start sharing at least one video a month, if not more, here on Digital Meltd0wn. Some of you may remember that at one time I regularly posted videos here. It wasn't a concept that I purposely abandoned, but one that I was forced to slowly filter out as the amount of free time I had available to me dwindled to a virtually nonexistent level. I have also created a Youtube channel for Digital Meltd0wn, which you can find here: http://youtube.com/digitalmeltd0wn I haven't uploaded many videos yet, but I will host the majority of the videos featured here, as well as a few that I have yet to share. If any of you would be interested in contributing to the Digital Meltd0wn Youtube channel, please leave a comment and let me know. I'm just looking for someone who would be willing to upload a couple of videos a month.


Anonymous said...

Thank you for the video.
Especially the first part with lady Delia at work is so inspiring.
Thx, Rob

Zer0_II said...

@Rob: Thank you for the feedback Rob. It's always great to hear from people visiting here. I hope that you'll take the time to drop by Vimeo and let AK_Alias know what you think of his video also. Hopefully he'll pop in here and leave a comment also. If you would like to see the video that clip of Delia working is taken from, then go to Google Video and search for "Alchemists of Sound", which is an amazing documentary that I couldn't recomment watching highly enough. Take care.