5kcbwday5 | Something Different


My partner Chris is a composer and musician, so for today’s post I asked for his help in making a track involving the sounds from my wool-winder and some knitting needles.  The idea was to film it all in one take, but that would have made a 24 minute movie, so instead we’ve clipped it into this cheesy video so you can see the process involved.  Turn this up (or use headphones) as the winder is a bit quiet at the beginning.

Click here to download Chris’s music for The Paper Cinema‘s Odyssey

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11 Responses to 5kcbwday5 | Something Different

  1. Cyprienne says:

    This is totally cool — awesome idea!

  2. That is incredible ! I made a music video too, but really poor, totally love yours !

  3. Sue Paris says:

    That’s really good … more!

  4. Karen says:

    Excellent! So creative:)

  5. Hannah says:

    What a great idea, mesmerising!

  6. Mary-Anne says:

    What a beautiful idea, and result. It is very meditative. Well done!

    • Faye Perriam says:

      Thanks! It’s been something I’ve been thinking about for a while, after Chris said he wanted to sample the wool winder. He was interested in the sewing machine too, so maybe there’s more to come! :)

  7. jodiebodie says:

    Brilliant…it’s a nice ‘busy’ tune, progressing along with that steady but gentle rhythm rolling along in the background just like the steady, gentle rhythm of knitting or crochet. The melodic parts are not intrusive but calming just like our craft. A perfect accompaniment. Well done!

    • Faye Perriam says:

      Thank you! I thought exactly the same thing! I’d like to return to this and maybe spend some more time on it next time, we’ll see where it goes!

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