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SOUND / Generating Sound with Houdini Above is how you might create a very simple SOUND in Houdini. Make sure that you set it to real time and then set the Audio Panel. I guess it is time to revisit this book by Andrew Lowell.... 500 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns & More . We also have special collections of . Free Comedy & Dramas motion trails in houdini, part 1 » Toadstorm Nerdblog I haven’t posted in a long time mostly because I’ve been spending the majority of the last month devouring Houdini tutorials on the internet. Houdini is capable of handling incredibly complex visual effects, and its node-based architecture makes it ideal for effects R&D… if you can get past the learning curve. I’ve never seen a more complicated-looking program. Anyways, after beating my head against the wall for the better part of a month I’ve finally started making sense out of this program, and I want to share an effect I’ve been researching for an upcoming spot, and turn this into a sort of tutorial for dealing with particle systems, creating objects on the fly, and manipulating shapes using audio.

CCTV Documentary (Director's cut) on Behance Motion sculptures for CCTV Documentary Channel is a digital metaphor of phenomenal blinks and moments that life consists of. In four Idents we follow a visual performance of organic and vital substance, animated using data of actors movements. Idents visualize four different themes. To emphasize the emotion of each Ident, we have decided to use different textures of steel, wood and glass. Motion sculpture of steel reflects old Chinese adage that true power is mastering yourself. Sagrada Familia Perspectives Clément Celma is a photographer based in Barcelona. He invites us to discover a series of photographs taken inside the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia, the symbol of the Catalan city thought by Antoni Gaudí. Beautiful images to discover in the future.

CHOPs Projects Lesson 2 | CHOPs ProjectsPublished: Oct 4, 2013 for Houdini 12.5 This week we continue learning CHOPs by doing a couple of projects. Specifically we will learn how to create the “Pin Table” effect in the original X-Men Movie. Takashi Murakami's First Full-Length Movie "Jellyfish Eyes" Will Blow You Away World-renowned art superstar Takashi Murakami (and his production company Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd.) has always dabbled in fine art mediums with a large splash of commercial elements, but his latest venture is taking on the largest popular medium of them all. Jellyfish Eyes is the artist’s first foray into live-action, full-length films, and from the looks of the incredible trailer, it will have all of the elements of Murakami’s “superflat” mix of high and low culture. “Jellyfish Eyes tells the story of Masashi, a young boy who moves to a sleepy town in the Japanese countryside with his mother in the wake of a natural disaster.

Cut And ...: Basic CHOP - Audio Data Import Basic CHOP - Audio Data Import 波形を使ったチャンネルの制御, 音声ファイルの取り込みと加工,Expression [ icmin(0,0), icmax(0,0) ] POP [ Location Node, Orbit Node ]CHOP [ File Node, Delete Node, Resample Node, Math Node, Rename Node, Envelope Node, Trigger Node ] 最終的なCHOP NETWORK内。ポイントとしては Delete NodeでChan1を削除。 Resample NodeでSampleRateの調整。

Notations 21: 165 Musicians Visualize Sheet Music in Unusual Ways by Maria Popova What the color wheel has to do with Beethoven and supporting arts education. There’s something especially mesmerizing about the cross-pollination of the senses, particularly in visualizing music. That’s exactly what Notations 21 explores. Inspired by John Cage’s iconic 1968 Notations and originally released for its 50th anniversary, the ambitious 320-page volume by Theresa Sauer and Mark Batty Publishers reveals how 165 composers and musicians around the world are experiencing, communicating and reconceiving music visually by reinventing notation. From acclaimed musicians like Karlheinz Stockhausen, Earle Brown, Halim El-Dabh, Joan La Barbara, and Yuji Takahashi to emerging global talent, this magnificent tome examines how both the technology and the expectations of this unique synesthetic language have changed over the past half-century.