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Monday, July 17, 2006

Don't Worry, Be Happy on theremin

"A crude, but awesome video of Bobby McFerrin's Don't Worry Be Happy, played on theremin. The performance was looped using Ableton Live in a single take. The vocal part was added afterwards. It's hard enough just playing the theremin by itself...
Notes: Sections of the video are hideously out of tune, but I've been told it only adds to the awesomeness. Also, Expirement is a new word I just made up. (lame excuse for not spell checking)" - ooo6 (you tube)


As seen on: Wooster Collective.com

"Wooster's Kitchen Films: Armsrock

For the last few days our friend Armsrock (who's currently painting and living in Bremen, Germany) has been staying with Sara and I in our flat in Manhattan. This afternoon we filmed the second of our "kitchen films", capturing Armsrock as he does a drawing in his sketchbook. If you're not already familiar with his work, search the Wooster site or check Flickr here."