Mashup Assignments (try random one)

Local Commercial Mashup

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Submitted by: Ben Rimes

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Find a local place/business that you love! Create a commercial for it using video you've captured and mash it up with audio that provides a discordant experience. For example, mashing up video footage of a children's carousel with heavy metal music.

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It’s Popeyes Time

For this assignment I used a Popeye’s commercial and a funny comedic song such as “It’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time,” by the Buckwheat Boyz and I paired the two together.

Falling in Love…..with Laundry

My official experience with the reality-altering course that is ds106 may be over, but my love for creation has not diminished in the least. If you’ve ever let your mind wander while laboring through some menial task such as weeding the garden, scrapping paint, or doing laundry, then you’ll understand…

Ozzy’s Crazy Carousel Ride

No, this post doesn’t a clever title, comparing pop culture icon Ozzy Osbourne’s career to an out of control carousel ride. It’s an attempt to create a discordant piece of media that both confuses and delights viewers. In reality, it’s a secret assignment that I’ve been wanting to submit to…

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