Posted on Tuesday, January 12th, 2010 by Russ Fischer
The remix artist Pogo continues to mess with sound and image, the better to make you shake your ass. (Even if you’re just sitting at a desk.) Last time Pogo did some wonderful work with Pixar’s Up to produce the bouncy Upular. Now he’s remixing sound and video from Terminator 2 to create Skynet Symphonic. It’s a tune with a decidedly harder edge (starting off a bit like something Front Line Assembly would once have done) though Edward Furlong’s doe eyes soften the effect here and there.
As Pogo says on the clip’s YouTube page:
Comprising nothing but small sounds recorded from the James Cameron masterpiece ‘Terminator 2: Judgement Day’, ‘Skynet Symphonic’ is my tribute to one of the greatest action features of all time! Each section is composed entirely of sounds from a major scene in the film. For example, the Terminator pounding on the fire escape door is used as a kick drum. Bones breaking play the role of a snare. Electrical disturbance acts as a crash cymbal. Turn up your cones and enjoy!
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