Time to use the vinyl record to record music in a very different way; the 'Benga: I Will Never Change' by Us stop motion video uses the thin edges of vinyl to show the progressing sound frequency of the song by Benga. The video has a quiet, metropolitan feel to it and the artistic attempt at portraying vinyl as a means of recording frequency plays the part perfectly.
The different sizes of vinyl records appear magically as the music wears on, making it easier for the audience to follow the tune and somewhat anticipate the hikes and troughs in its sound. It brings an overall appreciation for the music and the extremely resourceful way that this stop motion video was put together. Stop motion may be well integrated with today's society, but it sure as hell isn't anywhere near dead.
Vinyl-Recycled Music Videos
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35 Modernized Vinyl Players
12 Upcycled Tree Stump Creations
Sugary Old-School Tunes
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