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[Microbiology] Re: "Microscopic Horrors" Music Video Microscopy DVD Now Available Digitally

N10 limbic_lesion at hotmail.com
Tue Jul 12 18:33:41 EST 2005

Hello team

LAst year Krispen was kind enough to provide me with a gratis copy of his 

Well as I reported then  his creation  really very good.

It comprises suprisingly good videos  or microorganisms combined with  well 
played and meldodically intersting ecclectic music.

Well worth a look and not to be missed

Best N10

<khartung at cableone.net> wrote in message 
news:1120881916.489816.288120 at o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
Last year I announced in this group the availability of a new
experimental music video DVD that I produced, entitled "Microscopic
Horrors."  This was a music video - partly educational and partly a
parody of 50's sci-fi / horror flicks - of live microscopic organisms
that I shot with my USB enabled microscope at 400X magnification, and
then added music from my solo CD "Places" as the soundtrack.

I finally ripped the entire DVD to mpeg and then converted to smaller
Windows Media and Real Media formats. So, here's the whole thing
available for free download!

http://box.net/public/khartung/files/250088.html (WMV)
http://box.net/public/khartung/files/250072.html (RM)

Also, you can find out more about the DVD here:

"I haven't found anything similar, which is kind of a surprise. It is a
cool topic. I really enjoyed your video work. It reminded me oddly of
something from Lovecraft-- moving gelatinous shapes mounted on walls--
very cool!" (Thomas Park, Mystified, www.mystifiedmusic.com)

"Wonderful, and very creative" (Michael Peters, Musician and Artist,

"This film will move the viewer at one level or another rather than
leaving a sense of blasé', but only those who share Hartung's sense of
the absurd and understand his humor will truly 'get it'" (Grant Keely,
Musician/Writer/InfoTech Deviant)

I enjoyed making this video so much, that I hope to produce a
"Microscopic Horrors II" next spring, and this time I'd like to get
some of you involved in composing your own loop music as components of
the soundtrack.  I think some of you might get a kick out of writing
music to videos of bizarre microscopic organisms.


Krispen Hartung

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