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GARRY SHEPHERD - Music
Free GLOBAL SHUFFLE MP3 soundtrack download
Z3Q1. 2009. 4 mins. By Garry Shepherd
GARRY SHEPHERD - Biography
Garry Shepherd holding a CybaFaerie sculpture in Flinders Lane Studio 2005.
Pic The Age/Eddie Jim From Myth To Manga
From Sami (Norway / Finland) and Scot/Irish decent, Melbourne born Shepherd's passion for dance began while composing and playing live music for art dance performances in Melbourne's underground dance scene 1973-74. The passion continues to this day.
Music work 40 mins : 1977 Wildlife. By Garry Shepherd
During the 1980's - 1990's Shepherd's artwork focused on new technologies including computer art/music, video art, TV broadcast art and robotics. Shepherd produced 65 episodes of underground culture TV (30 mins) show TOE - Theory Of Everything which were broadcast nationally (Australia) 1994-98. TOE gave away free PET brain scans as competition prizes, conducted for nuclear medicine research by the Austin Hospital in Melbourne. Short term Radio active particles made using their inhouse cyclotron were injected into your arm and the gamma ray decay was filmed as it flowed through your brain. There was a good response from his veiwers with many volunteering for ongoing research. Shepherd had the first scan and broadcast it. A 3D model of his brain is now stored in their database.
Garry Shepherd TVU 1992
Garry Shepherd 1993. TV set designed for Boom Crash Opera TAKE 40 Australia at Ch10 TV Melbourne. Finishing touches amoung the TV soap Neighbours Highschool sets.
The sets in the TV production
Shepherd worked as video artist at Dancehouse from it’s 1990’s beginings specialising in difficult lighting conditions and sites, for art dance productions. Shepherd also developed interactive video installations and multi screen arrays as part of his work collaborating with artists such as Rainer Linz (seen in Global Shuffle) and Stelarc, for a number of years.
Shepherd was artist-in-residence at RMIT /iii developing interactive immersive environments, both vision and sound for art and architectural works, in the early 2000’s.
Since the early 2000's Shepherd has been Global Shuffle Director and publisher of (Melbourne Shuffle oldskool) MSOForum and blog www.MelbourneShuffleOldskool.com
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Release date October 1987. Discontinued 1991.
Media: 880 kB floppy disks
Operating system: AmigaOS v1.2 - 1.3
CPU: Motorola 68000 @ 7.16 MHz (NTSC) 7.09 MHz (PAL)
Memory: 512 kB 150 ns (9 MB maximum)
Graphics: 640 × 256, 6 bpp
Sound: 4× 8-bit channels PCM at max 28 kHz with 6-bit volume in stereo.
This is how we used to load programs (apps) with the 'floppy disc'
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The long timber bench in the photo, came from McDonalds around the corner when they remodelled. It's the same Elizabeth St McDonalds that features in GS1.
That's my AMIGA 2000 to the left driving the digital text/gfx overlays and credit scroll/crawl effects, and Sony Digital effects transitions/color bars etc unit in front.
In the centre are (left) the vision switcher/Tbar, and tape transport/edit controller for the SONY BVU-950 series A+B Roll machines located above to the right, and 8 channel audio mixer. SONY and JVC vision moniters.
Commerce House Editing Studio 1995
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Here's BC and NAM the following year 1994 at the Espy Hotel (StKilda) Melbourne
The TVU Station ID, broadcast once an hour for a year 1992.