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Gecko by Ask Your Sister - Andy's latest video (made with ZS4)
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t@b has been working intensely with zs4 over the last 4 months. They filmed a live show at a local theatre using 5 digital video cameras and a digital multitrack audio recording system. The result, a unique concert DVD (trailer), is available starting June 6, 2008, for only $20. Also, t@b will perform live in Ontario in June 2008. Catch them in person there if you like.
More and more often we're being queried about the lack of activity on our software projects. Obviously they still exist ( zs4 and the oldZweiStein ), but no new releases have been forthcoming for many months. This little message is meant to keep our users up to date on our activities and our plans. Read on if you're interested.
t@b has published a new music video to go with their brand new CD “A Canadian in Berlin”. The video is attached to this article in 3 different formats. Click on the title or the photo on the left to get to the download.
The creators of ZS4 and the old Zwei-stein 3.01 video compositing programs have just realeased their 3rd Audio CD, titled "A Canadian in Berlin".
This CD contains 13 tracks altogether, some like the title track "A Canadian in Berlin" are original compositions while others like "No More Blues" (Jobim) and "Love for Sale" (Porter) are old time favourite jazz songs.
On Saturday, April 29 2006, t@b released a music video titled “Banana” which was edited with ZS4, t@b's free video editing software. The new recording of “Banana” features two new musical friends of t@b participating in both the recording and the filming of this track. That's Rick Clayton, who plays the drums and Nicholas Tipney, playing a Vector Violin, made by himself, of course.
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