Chromofonobus :: animated cut-out with synthetic music - Jarek Kordaczuk
animated film, cardboard cutouts, abstract sounds and abstract images, computer graphics, computer animation. Chromofonobus film is synchronized with the music of a synthetic, or synthetic music and electronic music. Musical sounds of synthetic origin. Stop-motion film technique combined with the processing of synthetic sounds and sounds generated by the Doepfer analog Dark Energy, used electronic music, analog synthesizer.

Chromofonobus An animated movie in the cut-out technique with synthetic music animation Adam Smoczyński music Jarek Kordaczuk commission Children\'s Art Centre in Poznań How did this happen? How did Chromofonobus come into existence? Chromofonobus is another effect of my cooperation with Adam Smoczyński. The task was to create an animated film which shows how changes and movement of colors and shapes find their parallels in the fluctuations of colors and rhythm of sounds. What differed our task from writing the typical illustrative film music was mainly a relatively high level of abstraction. So that we had our task defined. We got down to the first part of our job: waiting patiently for a vision or an inspiration. We'd been waiting waited busily and dutifully, without rest. We'd been waiting day and night. And in the morning it dawned upon us that... it's morning. Fortunately a moment later the idea we had been looking for, dawned upon us too. Let's combine the world of geometrical-cardboard colors and shapes with moving, analog-synthetic sounds. Brilliant. So excited with this long-awaited brainwave, we set about phase two: fell asleep!... The third phase, the realization of the idea, in comparison with the previous two was easy, light and pleasant.  Just the usual stuff like cutting, arranging, taking pictures, thumping, turning knobs, staring at the screen, listening, cutting, arranging, taking pictures, thumping, turning knobs, staring at the screen, listening, cutting, arranging, taking pictures, thumping, turning knobs, staring at the screen, listening, snip, slap, flick, splash, broom, boom, tarara, snip, slap, flick, splash, broom, boom, tarara, sni, sla, fli, slpa, broo, boo, tar, sni, sla, fli, spla, broo, boo, ta, sn, sl, fl, sb, b, b, t... And in the meantime the movie came into being. Rotated frame from the movie Chromofonobus.   Experimental music Installations Coral music Solo pieces Improvised music Acousmatic music Electronic Music Monoctone Pieces for children Jarek Kordaczuk mp3 Dark Energy Agnieszka Kołodyńska Pantomime Electroacoustic music Vocal-instrumental music Instrumental Music Musical interpretations of fairy tales Compositions Adam Smoczyński Sacred Music EWI ProForma Theatrical music Jan Brzechwa Julian Tuwim Sebastian Wypych Poetic song Sung poetry Jarosław Kordaczuk Arrangements Videoclips Animations Titelituralia Onomatopeic compositions Theatre of Sound A Room Full of Fairy Tales Children's Art Centre Cezary Konrad Krzysztof Herdzin Basia Raduszkiewicz Music for children

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Children's Art CentreInstrumental Music
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Musical interpretations of fairy talesTheatrical music
Acousmatic musicPoetic song
Music for childrenTheatre of Sound
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Electroacoustic musicOnomatopeic compositions

Chromofonobus

An animated movie in the cut-out technique with synthetic music

animation Adam Smoczyński
music Jarek Kordaczuk
commission Children's Art Centre in Poznań

Chromofonobus
animaton by Adam Smoczyński
music by Jarek Kordaczuk
How did Chromofonobus come into existence?

Chromofonobus is another effect of my cooperation with Adam Smoczyński. The task was to create an animated film which shows how changes and movement of colors and shapes find their parallels in the fluctuations of colors and rhythm of sounds. What differed our task from writing the typical illustrative film music was mainly a relatively high level of abstraction. So that we had our task defined. We got down to the first part of our job: waiting patiently for a vision or an inspiration. We'd been waiting waited busily and dutifully, without rest. We'd been waiting day and night. And in the morning it dawned upon us that... it's morning. Fortunately a moment later the idea we had been looking for, dawned upon us too. Let's combine the world of geometrical-cardboard colors and shapes with moving, analog-synthetic sounds. Brilliant. So excited with this long-awaited brainwave, we set about phase two: fell asleep!... The third phase, the realization of the idea, in comparison with the previous two was easy, light and pleasant.  Just the usual stuff like cutting, arranging, taking pictures, thumping, turning knobs, staring at the screen, listening, cutting, arranging, taking pictures, thumping, turning knobs, staring at the screen, listening, cutting, arranging, taking pictures, thumping, turning knobs, staring at the screen, listening, snip, slap, flick, splash, broom, boom, tarara, snip, slap, flick, splash, broom, boom, tarara, sni, sla, fli, slpa, broo, boo, tar, sni, sla, fli, spla, broo, boo, ta, sn, sl, fl, sb, b, b, t... And in the meantime the movie came into being.

Rotated frame from the movie Chromofonobus.