ECHO: The Music of Harold Budd and Brian EnoA documentary revisiting the seminal works 'The Plateaux of Mirror' (1980) and 'The Pearl' (1984), by artists Harold Budd and Brian Eno. Rare interviews and anecdotes from the artists accompany a fan-crafted selection of favorite tracks, along with dreamy imagery and footage. The music contained in this video is provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group. The Plateaux Of Mirror (2004 Digital Remaster) · Harold Budd · Brian Eno All rights reserved. ℗ 2004 Virgin Records Ltd The Pearl (2005 Digital Remaster) · Harold Budd · Brian Eno All rights reserved. ℗ 2005 Virgin Records Ltd Audio Interviews Harold Budd (1998) courtesy of Carl Stone https://www.dublab.com/archive/imaginary-landscape-composer-to-composer-talks-carl-stone-w-harold-budd-1998-04-21-19 Brian Eno (1980) courtesy of Charles Amirkhanian https://youtu.be/Sg1zx4d3iN4 Print interviews Harold Budd (1986) by Mark Prendergast https://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/harold-budd/1448 Harold Budd (1986) by Dan Goldstein https://www.moredarkthanshark.org/eno_int_eamm-jul86.html Brian Eno (1984) by Chris Everard http://music.hyperreal.org/artists/brian_eno/interviews/escm84.html Brian Eno (1998) by Andy Gill http://music.hyperreal.org/artists/brian_eno/interviews/mojo98a.html Daniel Lanois (1987) by Mark Prendergast http://www.muzines.co.uk/articles/the-magic-of-daniel-lanois/2489 The main footage contained in this video is provided by; Beachfront B-Roll - http://www.beachfrontbroll.com/ Kelly Lacy - https://www.pexels.com/@kelly-lacy Earth footage by Seán Doran, based on Earth Science & Remote Sensing Unit photo archive https://www.youtube.com/c/Se%C3%A1nDoran/ Cover art: ‘Aerial View of Body of Water’ by Curioso Photography https://www.pexels.com/@curiosophotography ECHO: The Music of Harold Budd & Brian Eno is a nonprofit project for educational purposes only, using mostly Creative Commons, Royalty-free videos. Any potential ad-based revenue from streaming services is redirected to the music copyright owner, Virgin Records Ltd. Copyright infringement inquiries can be sent by email in the About section of this YouTube account. Additional footage & Creative Commons videos provided by; Austin Chaffe - https://youtu.be/oLl_fzlN6bA Tom Fisk - https://www.pexels.com/@tomfisk Phile Beauchemin Grant Avenue Studio - (Photography) https://www.grantavenuestudio.com/home Pexels - https://www.pexels.com/ Videezy - https://www.videezy.com/ Nature Stock Videos - https://www.naturestockvideos.com Aerial Cinematic : Doi Ang Khang Mountain, Thailand https://vimeo.com/116352388 Timelapse Doi Suthep Chiang mai 8K https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqkRLWi29I8 AMAZING CHIANG MAI FROM ABOVE | THAILAND DRONE FOOTAGE IN 4K https://youtu.be/LJglx9Sw4co Free HD Stock-Footage and Motion Graphics by CyberWebFX https://www.youtube.com/c/CyberWebFX Tourism Hamilton Presents | Discover Hamilton https://youtu.be/KJRdoOQuOHg Water Drop You https://youtu.be/Al4sahAutdU2
DRAINED — PAUL HARTDRAINED (2016-2017) is the second part of Hart’s landscape series : the Fenland trilogy. Prints are artist-made, selenium toned silver gelatin. Photographed over a ten year period, the series has received much critical acclaim and is published by Dewi Lewis with an essay by Francis Hodgson.1
Kathryn Cooper WildlifeIt struck me that experienced birders can often identify a species in a single glance, using what’s known as “General Impression, Size and Shape”. On a still frame, the bird is often little more than a tiny speck so recognising patterns in their movement, akin to a human’s gait must play an important part in identifying them. I set about exploring how to capture their distinctive flight...1
How This Guy Folds and Flies World Record Paper Airplanes | WIREDJohn Collins, better known as "The Paper Airplane Guy," has devoted himself to designing, folding, and flying the world's finest paper airplanes. Learn how to fold five of John's world record airplanes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhYZy1ugI3Q Detailed folding instructions: https://www.wired.com/story/how-to-fold-paper-airplanes Read more about Collins at WIRED.com: https://www.wired.com/story/learn-how-to-fold-a-world-record-setting-paper-airplane You can also visit his website: https://www.thepaperairplaneguy.com Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 Get more incredible stories on science and tech with our daily newsletter: https://wrd.cm/DailyYT Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Tradecraft. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. How This Guy Folds and Flies World Record Paper Airplanes | WIRED17
The Language of Photography — Jeremy Mudd PhotographyPhotography is arguably the most universal and widely-used language on our planet. Photography, like any language, has the ability to communicate about things that are not present, and like all languages, has “rules” regarding construct that also change over time depending on trends and what’s h1
Deconstructing Brian Eno's ‘Music For Airports’In 1978, Brian Eno released Ambient 1: Music for Airports, a landmark album in ambient and electronic music. Although it wasn’t the first ambient album by any means, it was the first album explicitly released as an ‘ambient music album’. The album was essentially a continuation of Eno’s experiments with the tape machine as a compositional tool, as well as his exploration of generative music. In this article I’ll discuss how the music was composed, break down and recreate the tracks 2/1 and 1/2, and hopefully give you some ideas about how to adopt this approach yourself.
Unwelcome Jazz : Jah Wobble Talks Bass, Brian Eno and 25 Years of "Spinner"We’ve had 25 years to reflect on the strange, oscillating chasm of Eno/Wobble’s collaboration, which in many ways feels as relevant now as it did in 1995. The music feels as cold and mesmerizing as the surrounding atmosphere of the moon, its synthetic ripples swelling into great oceans of sound. Wobble brought a zealousness to Eno’s ambience, one that stirred a great fire in the belly of an ether otherwise shapeless and benign.