Re: digital video cameras to record animals interviewing humans aboutth soundscape ;-)


Subject: Re: digital video cameras to record animals interviewing humans aboutth soundscape ;-)
From: macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Sat Oct 09 2004 - 01:57:12 EDT


hi ya / hola /

thank you for your replies - weather cec / cc / bcc

they do encourage th Heart Mind Spirit Soul & Academic-Artistic Enquiries /
Theories :-)

best regards, sylvi macCormac (grover's friend / kermits' cousin)
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http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
siwash rock and soundscape
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ps is Mz Piggy originally from Montréal Quebecois or Français USA ?
She taught moi French en E-elementary School or whirr that Sesamé StreEt ?

Coryn Smethurst wrote:

> I have a Panasonic NV-GS 120 - I think it is still the cheapest 3 CCD
> camcorder you can buy (mine was a shade over £500). It is easy to operate
> and quality seems good. Major disadvantages - only 10x normal zoom, but you
> can always use a close up filter on the front for those intimate moments, no
> input for external video - so you can't attach spy cameras to it, the next
> more expensive model in the range does have this facility. Manual focusing
> can also be a bit fiddly, but the more expensive model has a focus ring, so
> is probably less fiddly. The only really irritating thing is the framing,
> as the camera films a slightly wider area that it actually shows on the
> viewer / view finder, so carefully composing to keep something just out of
> shot needs to take this into account.
>
> Hope this helps
>
> crrs
>
> on 7/10/04 6:50, macCormac at macCormac@shaw.ca wrote:
>
> > dear CEC / BBC / ABC, Colleagues, Associates & Amigos (grrrls & gyzzz,
> > specially th friendly ones)
> >
> > i am writing to enquire as to what Digital Video Cameras would you
> > 'group o folks' recommend ?
> >
> > as Price is always a consideration, within 'reason' which DigiVideo
> > would you recommend ?
> >
> > both regular size but also small and unobtrusive for th undercover
> > rapper types that don't want to scare th birds/people ?
> >
> > i'm thinking o makin a feature film with th sounds o animals
> > interviewing human about th soundscape ;-)
> >
> > as always, thank you / merçi / huy chewx a / graçias / do jay / xiu xiu
> > / matsanee / arigato / com som ni da
> >
> > bcc: Mr & Mz In a Daze on Stochastic Processes & Thrash Aboot's Cousins
> > on Washing Machine Music. i do DAT too . . .
> >
> > watch out for thos bloopers . . . eh ?
> >
> > best regards, sylvi macCormac
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
> > siwash rock and soundscape
> > dj serious mc squared
> > rapper undercover (c)
> > dis abled in vaudeville
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > cc: Mr. Czink, do you have a copy from Co-op Radio Show
> > Musiça Nova on which you spoke so eloquently o John ?
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> >
> > UTS'AM / WITNESS CD 2004
> > for John Clarke Xwexwselkn 1945-2003
> >
> > 1. xálek' sekyu siyám/chief ian campbell - sxwi7shenalkwlh/elaho(3:o2)
> > 2.. sandy scofield - all my relations (2:14)
> > 3. veda hille - plants (2:56)
> > 4. bruce cockburn - child of the wind (4:o8)
> > 5. barry truax - island (3:o3 xrpt)
> > 6. sylvi macCormac - carving canoes (3:55)
> > 7. sandy scofield - broken land (3:35)
> > 8. hildegard westerkamp - beneath the forest floor (3:20 xcrpt)
> > 9. buffy sainte-marie - starwalker (3:o3)
> > 1o.kinnie starr - red%x (4:oo)
> > 11. shel neufeld - midnight forest run (3:55)
> > 12. sylvi macCormac - horizon (5:oo)
> > 13. anthony mcnab favel - northern loon (1:55)
> > 14. jeremy williams - wind in the cedars (2:oo)
> > 15. sylvi macCormac - witness : round journey (18:1o)
> > with Squamish Spirit, Journey & Honour Songs
> > 16. spakwus slúlem/eagle song dancers - legend of tkaya/wolf song (8:1o)
> >
> > mastered & produced by sylvi macCormac with
> > T'Uy 'Tanat / Cease Wyss - www.technomedicinewheel.org
> > Slanay Spakwus Nancy Bleck - www.nancybleck.com
> > Telélsemkin Siyám Chief Bill Williams - www.squamish.net
> >
> > Huy Chewx A / Thank You to Artists, Volunteers, Mountain Equipment
> > Co-Op,
> > the record companies including EMI Canada & True North Records,
> > Lisa Baile, Round House Community Centre & Squamish Nation.
> >
> > (p) 2004 UTS'AM/WITNESS (c) Composers / Songwriters (socan / ascap)
> >
> > all proceeds to U/W & WILDERNESS EDUCATION PROGRAM
> > http://www.UTSAM-WITNESS.ca & http://www.WEPBC.ca
> >
> > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> >
> > UTS'AM / WITNESS CD LAUNCH BRINGS CANADIAN ARTISTS
> > TOGETHER TO SUPPORT INTERCULTURAL DIALOGUE
> > Bruce Cockburn, Buffy Sainte-Marie among artists featured on benefit CD
> >
> > (VANCOUVER) UTS'AM / WITNESS launches its first CD. The benefit CD
> > features Bruce Cockburn, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Kinnie Starr, Veda Hille,
> > Sandy Scofield and Barry Truax among other celebrated artists who
> > support the cross-cultural dialogue project.
> >
> > A soundscape artist, macCormac performed at the launch with Xálek' Sekyu
> > Siyám, Anthony McNab Favel, Shel Neufeld, Sandy Scofield, Barry Truax,
> > Hildegard Westerkamp, Jeremy Williams, and the Eagle Song Dancers with
> > Chief Bill Williams.
> >
> > UTS'AM / WITNESS has brought people together to speak, listen and be
> > heard on First Nations, ecological and community issues
> > since it began its award-winning ceremony and camping weekends in 1996.
> > The project introduces people from all walks of life to Coast Salish
> > tradition by inviting them to 'witness' the events that shape our lives.
> >
> > The Wilderness Education Program (www.wepbc.ca) provides the impetus
> > for students and teachers to make a personal connection with wilderness,
> > and inspires them to make caring for Wild Nature part of their lives.
> >
> > Both projects were founded in part by Order of Canada
> > recipient and legendary mountaineer John Clarke. A renowned wilderness
> > educator, John died last year. The CD is dedicated to his memory.
> >
> > 'We wanted to honour the memory of John Clarke, and the
> > work he has done through this amazing project' says sylvi macCormac, CD
> > producer.
> >
> > 'The artists featured on the CD represent a unique group
> > of voices coming together to support a truly significant project,' says
> > macCormac.
> >
> > 'We want people to enjoy the music of these talented
> > people and be transported to a place where we can learn and share with
> > each other.'
> >
> > Related Websites: www.squamish.net | SandyScofield.com | sylvi.ca |
> > ShelNeufeld.com | sfu.ca/~westerka | sfu.ca/~truax |
> > VedaHille.com | KinnieStarr.com | creative-native.com |
> > truenorthrecords.com | technomedicinewheel.org
> >
> > Benefit CDs can be purchased online at: http://www.festival.bc.ca
> >
> >
> >
> >



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