I’m happy to announce that Ethan Winer has just gone live with his latest video and DVD release.
Tele-Vision is an orchestral rock video by Ethan Winer that follows on the heels of his wildly acclaimed, “A Cello Rondo” – a video that has received critical acclaim and has exceeded over half-a-million downloads.
Tele-Vision is dedicated to the electric guitar and features original music written and produced by Ethan. His exciting soundtrack is mixed visually with an array of over 40 different Ethan’s on stage (via green screen technology) performing each of the instruments used in the score, timed exactly to the beat.
And would you like to take a guess at who did all the filming – yes, homeboy – some of you might even recognize some of my CoolTea event wardrobe being repurposed, like the multi-colored jacket, hats, glasses, etc.
This was a great summer filming and working with Ethan on his latest release. At 4:30AM this morning we went live with the CoolTea shopping cart, and by 11AM we had already sold several orders from around the country.
Not only is this a very entertaining DVD, but it is also jam-packed with hours of behind the scenes and making of sections that cover the principles behind audio and video editing on today’s PCs, plus interviews with guest performers like Ed Dzubak, three-time Emmy winning composer, who sat in on drums for this production.
Follow these links to learn more about Ethan and Tele-Vision and/or watch Tele-Vision on YouTube:
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FYI About My Filming and Involvement
Tele-Vision included a summer of shooting in studio and on location with over 75 hours using my favorite video camera – a triple-chip Sony DCR-VX2000 – plus my single-chip Panasonic (also a very worthy piece of gear).
I’m very excited on several levels as Ethan’s previous music video – A Cello Rondo – received critical acclaim and has been downloaded over 1/2 a million times.
I helped out on A Cello Rondo but this time with Tele-Vision, I supplied creative consulting, did all the filming, provided opening graphics, the kaleidoscope backgrounds, plus assisted with wardrobe and even did a bit cameo-part in the percussion section as a Cat-in-the-hat Parrot Head.