This documentary was a long time in the making, production started over 2 years ago. I was asked to mix all of the audio for the entire project. It was a lengthy task and included lots of
dialogue processing but it helped me improve my speed and accuracy of such tasks.
It was a lot of fun to work on and even though I have now seen the documentary well over 100 times, I still don't get bored of it. The music is fantastic (2 of my tunes in there :P) from all adelaide artists, the story flows well, the cinematography is spectacular, it's just good wholesome fun. Entertaining and educational, regardless of whether you have been a part of the Adelaide music scene or not.
So dig in! https://vimeo.com/ondemand/decksandthecity
Here are a few words from the Decks & The City team...
"We made it!
Firstly, I'd like to thank each and every one of you for coming on this journey over the past few years to tell the story of our love and passion for the electronic music scene. Without you all, we wouldn't have made it to here.
It's finally release day!
From now, you can rent or buy Decks and the City through both iTunes and Vimeo on Demand.
If you were a Kickstarter contributor who qualified for a digital copy, check your emails, you have all received info on how to retrieve your copy. If you've changed your email address, please send us a private message, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get it re-sent to you.
So, pour yourself a nice glass of whatever you enjoy, take a seat on that comfy couch of yours, turn up the speakers just loud enough to annoy your neighbours and enjoy the film, the people and the music that you love about this little city of ours.
Oh, and feel free to share the love. If you get something out of this film, if it makes you tap your toes or pump your fists or laugh or cry, tell your friends, your Mum and your dog, we thank you for it! "