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596 Concord Rd.
Smyrna, GA 30082
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Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, EST.
(Closed Saturday and Sunday)
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11-08-04 So you're probably wondering how we do
The answer is quite simple. There are a remarkable
number of similarities between "The Dark Side of the Moon
and "The Wizard of Oz" that put you on the right path.
First of all there's the triangular prism on the cover of the
CD versus all the triangular shapes (such as the bridge) in the
movie. The scarecrow even recites the Pathagorean Theorum. The
fist side of the album (for those that remember LP's) ends precisely
as the first black and white scene ends. The list goes on, but
the funniest, and perhaps the most obvious thing is what we at
the shop call the "Rainbow Connection" (in memory of
Jim Henson). And you already know what I'm going to say, don't
you? The most memorable song from the movie is "Somewhere
over the Rainbow", and the most prominet feature and the
reason for the prism is the rainbow on the CD cover. Aha...
Now, what happens if you throw that riddle at a
real studio run by crazy folks? Well, let's take a look at this
connection in person using Led Zeppelin "IV" and "Fellowship
of the Ring". The album is known as "IV" and there
are "4" hobbits on the quest. The album lyrics have
literally tons of Tolkien references: Gollum and the evil one,
the darkest depths of Mordor, all that glitters is gold (as in
the "one" ring), packing my bags for the misty Mountains.
It's a very long and impressive list of connections, which made
it these two jump out from the crowd. Here's one of the best:
Remember when Bilbo is looking into the pool and sees the eye
of Soran and the eye is trying to pull the ring from his neck?
The whole time the music is saying "bring it back" over
and over. The movie is two hors and fifty eight minutes long,
and it matches just like that through the whole movie. Picture
10-07-04 So... what more do you need to know?
Our sync's start at the beginning of the movie with
something that's in-your-face obvious, play the music straight
through just like you were listening to the CD, start over, then
play through to the end of the feature length film, and all the
while you're going wow... wow over and over. But since as they
say, a picture is worth a thousand words, here
is a preview of Rob Zombie sync'd with (of all things! [lol])
Night of the Living Dead: From "Night
of the Living Zombie".
Our best selling title is of course "The Dark
Side of Oz". Our version is based on the way the video tape
of "Oz" sync'd with the original solid prism CD. That's
the version the big fuss was about. We went to great lengths to
make this correct version. We started with an exact digital transfer
of the restored DVD, encoded at the same bit-rate as the Warner
Brothers original. There is no difference in the quality. Then
we did an exact digital transfer of the Re-mastered Super Audio
CD. Identical 0's and 1's. Then it was painstakingly aligned on
the timeline to exactly match note for note and sync for sync
the old way, the really, really good way. Yes it was a lot of
trouble. You would not believe me if I told you the half.
The main menu is based on the original, but with
Dark Clouds over Dorothy and her friends. And as with the original,
clips from the movie play and move across the screen, only this
time they're sync's.
Stephen King put that together in one afternoon.
Pretty impressive, don't you agree? WB would be so proud! Incidentally,
WB, if you are listening, I have the project saved for you. All
it needs is a glass master and retail distribution...
As with many of our DVD's, this one has a hidden
button, an "Easter Egg". You can hear an actual voice
recording of Aliester Crowley reciting "The Poet".
PS: Before I go, I'd also like to overload your logic for a
second. There is another really good version of this sync that
goes by the name of "The Dark Side Of The Rainbow".
The first playthrough of the album is identical to the Superior
Matches version, and because the CD is a couple of seconds longer,
the second and third playthroughs produce many of the same,
and some completely different matches. Roughly the same number
I might add! I own the 2.0 version myself, and wookie, if your
out there, I'd love to get your 5.1 model.
And I also need to officially thank stegokitty for his ideas
and suggestions that helped make our packaging the "store-bought"
quality it is today. He even sent a reviewer my way that wants
to see and review for the world 3 of our titles. Is that not
awesome? I'll be sure to post those links as they become available.
They also offer some pretty entertaining syncs in their own
right, requiring, no doubt an equal amount of time and effort
as the ones we offer here. So if this poses a quandry, there's
only one thing to do. Get Them All!!! Here's
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