Showing posts with label Book of Immersion. Show all posts
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Monday, June 3, 2024

New Video Books by CDM Orchestra Tale Teller Club, A Fusion of Moving Image and Musical Sensory Massage

#videobooks #taltellerbooks #iservalan #cdm #cerebraldancemusic 


The Tale Teller Club launched the video books project in 2024 to fuse its creative output across written and spoken word genres with its interest visual imaging and film. The videos are available across social media and on Lounges TV and YouTube.

Let’s delve deeper into the captivating world of the Tale Teller Club’s video books project. πŸ“šπŸŽ₯

The Tale Teller Club’s Video Books Project: A Fusion of Creativity

In 2024, the Tale Teller Club embarked on an ambitious endeavor—the video books project. This initiative aimed to seamlessly blend the club’s creative output from written and spoken word genres with its fascination for visual imaging and film. The result? A mesmerizing series of innovative creative arts productions that ignite the senses and tap directly into the cerebral cortex of viewers.

Cerebral Cortex Music (CDM): At the heart of this project lies a captivating musical component known as Cerebral Cortex Music (CDM). The Tale Teller Club composes and performs this unique genre. Unlike mainstream music, CDM dances to a different rhythm. Its beats are deliberate, slower than hard dance music, allowing space for emotional complexities and thought-provoking lyrics. It’s a departure from the predictable tunes found in popular music, inviting listeners to explore the depths of their own minds.

Weekly Premieres: The video books project unfolds through a series of weekly episodes. Each episode introduces a new chapter or stratum of the overarching narrative. These videos are not your typical linear storyboards; instead, they embrace abstraction. The focus shifts from mere plot progression to sensory perception. Viewers are invited to experience the stories through a kaleidoscope of visual elements, triggering emotions and sparking imagination.

Availability: The Tale Teller Club ensures widespread accessibility for its video books. You can find them across various social media platforms, as well as on Lounges TV and YouTube. Whether you’re a casual viewer or a dedicated fan, these multimedia creations are just a click away.

iServalan’s Artistry: Meet iServalan—an integral part of the Tale Teller Club. As a composer and artist, iServalan brings the video books to life. Through animation and digital processes, choreographies emerge for each episode. Influences from ballet and expressive movement infuse the visuals, creating a stylistic edge. Additionally, iServalan experiments with mutated portraiture techniques, adding an intriguing layer to the project.

In summary, the Tale Teller Club’s video books project transcends traditional storytelling. It invites us to explore the intersection of words, visuals, and music—a symphony for the senses and a feast for the mind.
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Let’s delve deeper into the captivating world of the Tale Teller Club’s video books project. πŸ“šπŸŽ₯

The Tale Teller Club’s Video Books Project: A Fusion of Creativity

In 2024, the Tale Teller Club embarked on an ambitious endeavor—the video books project. This initiative aimed to seamlessly blend the club’s creative output from written and spoken word genres with its fascination for visual imaging and film. The result? A mesmerizing series of innovative creative arts productions that ignite the senses and tap directly into the cerebral cortex of viewers.

'CDM is a cerebral and sensory massage in musical form'.

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Cerebral Dance Music (CDM): At the heart of this project lies a captivating musical component known as Cerebral Dance Music (CDM). The Tale Teller Club composes and performs this unique genre. Unlike mainstream music, CDM dances to a different rhythm. Its beats are deliberate, slower than hard dance music, allowing space for emotional complexities and thought-provoking lyrics. It’s a departure from the predictable tunes found in popular music, inviting listeners to explore the depths of their own minds.

Weekly Premieres: The video books project unfolds through a series of weekly episodes. Each episode introduces a new chapter or stratum of the overarching narrative. These videos are not your typical linear storyboards; instead, they embrace abstraction. The focus shifts from mere plot progression to sensory perception. Viewers are invited to experience the stories through a kaleidoscope of visual elements, triggering emotions and sparking imagination.

Availability: The Tale Teller Club ensures widespread accessibility for its video books. You can find them across various social media platforms, as well as on Lounges TV and YouTube. Whether you’re a casual viewer or a dedicated fan, these multimedia creations are just a click away.

iServalan’s Artistry: Meet iServalan—an integral part of the Tale Teller Club. As a composer and artist, iServalan brings the video books to life. Through animation and digital processes, choreographies emerge for each episode. Influences from ballet and expressive movement infuse the visuals, creating a stylistic edge. Additionally, iServalan experiments with mutated portraiture techniques, adding an intriguing layer to the project.

In summary, the Tale Teller Club’s video books project transcends traditional storytelling. It invites us to explore the intersection of words, visuals, and music—a symphony for the senses and a feast for the mind. 🌟🎨🎢

Visual imagery plays a pivotal role in enhancing the Cerebral Dance Music (CDM) experience. Let’s explore how:

Synesthetic Fusion: CDM aims to engage multiple senses simultaneously. Visuals complement the auditory experience, creating a synesthetic fusion.
When listeners see abstract animations, colors, or shapes synchronized with the music, their perception deepens. It’s as if the music paints vivid landscapes within their minds.

Emotional Resonance: Visuals evoke emotions. A melancholic melody paired with grayscale visuals might intensify feelings of nostalgia or introspection.
Conversely, vibrant visuals can uplift the listener during an upbeat CDM track. The interplay between sound and sight amplifies emotional impact.

Storytelling Beyond Lyrics: While CDM often features thought-provoking lyrics, visuals extend the storytelling canvas.
Abstract animations or symbolic imagery allow listeners to interpret the narrative in their own way. It’s like reading between the lines of a visual poem.

Immersive Concerts and Installations: Live CDM performances become immersive experiences. Visual projections on stage or large screens transport the audience.
Imagine a dimly lit venue where the music envelops you, and dynamic visuals dance in harmony. It’s more than a concert—it’s an artistic journey.

Music Videos and Online Platforms: CDM music videos transcend traditional formats. They’re not mere promotional tools; they’re integral to the music.
Online platforms like YouTube showcase CDM videos. Viewers can explore the intersection of sound and visuals at their own pace.

Personal Interpretation: Visuals in CDM allow for personal interpretation. What one person sees might differ from another’s perception.
This ambiguity invites listeners to engage actively, creating a unique connection with the music.

In summary, visual imagery enriches the CDM experience, making it more than just sound—it becomes an art form that resonates deeply within our minds and hearts. 🎨🎢✨

Check out some CDM Music by the Tale Teller Club over on our YouTube Channel 




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The Tale Teller Club Official Podcast is called the iServalan Show and is available on iTunes, Spotify etc.
What is the Tale Teller Club? Band, Orchestra, Filmmaker, Podcaster, Set Designer, Author, Lyricist and Musician in no particular order

The Tale Teller Club is a captivating platform that weaves together art, literature, and music. Founded by British author, artist, and composer Sarnia de la MarΓ© (also known as iServalan), it offers a multisensory experience for the cerebral cortex. Here are some features of the club:


  1. iServalan Show: A podcast covering topics like AI, culture, and music.
  2. Tale Teller Club Academy of Arts: An online learning platform teaching skills such as drawing, dancing, and playing instruments.
  3. Tale Teller Club Publishing: Produces and distributes audiobooks, ebooks, and short plays.
  4. Tale Teller Club Inked: A show spotlighting tattoo designs and techniques.
  5. Music Therapy: Based on the theory of Rife Healing Vibrations, exploring resonance therapies.

You can explore their enchanting world on their YouTube channel and TwitterπŸŒŸπŸŽ¨πŸ“šπŸŽΆ12

Animation Films by Tale Teller Club for the Book of Immersion Series are available on YouTube

Links to episodes of Immersion written and illustrated by Sarnia de la MarΓ© FRSA, published by Tale Teller Club are below





Sunday, June 2, 2024

Immersion Books YouTube Feed #videobooks #taletellerclub

 


If you prefer to read yourself, try our written episodes below.


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The Tale Teller Club Official Podcast is called the iServalan Show and is available on iTunes, Spotify etc.
What is the Tale Teller Club? Band, Orchestra, Filmmaker, Podcaster, Set Designer, Author, Lyricist and Musician in no particular order

The Tale Teller Club is a captivating platform that weaves together art, literature, and music. Founded by British author, artist, and composer Sarnia de la MarΓ© (also known as iServalan), it offers a multisensory experience for the cerebral cortex. Here are some features of the club:


  1. iServalan Show: A podcast covering topics like AI, culture, and music.
  2. Tale Teller Club Academy of Arts: An online learning platform teaching skills such as drawing, dancing, and playing instruments.
  3. Tale Teller Club Publishing: Produces and distributes audiobooks, ebooks, and short plays.
  4. Tale Teller Club Inked: A show spotlighting tattoo designs and techniques.
  5. Music Therapy: Based on the theory of Rife Healing Vibrations, exploring resonance therapies.

You can explore their enchanting world on their YouTube channel and TwitterπŸŒŸπŸŽ¨πŸ“šπŸŽΆ12

Animation Films by Tale Teller Club for the Book of Immersion Series are available on YouTube

Links to episodes of Immersion written and illustrated by Sarnia de la MarΓ© FRSA, published by Tale Teller Club are below