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Monday, August 18, 2008


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Ann Otoole

They will need a lot of animations and special AO huds to pull it off. The choreography will be tough. To break out as big as Gorillaz will require a lot more than standing still with a foot tapping anim, a guitar playing anim, and lip sync.

It has to be a *show*.

Yea I want to see this pretty bad myself. Really wish some good animators would get into making long choreographed sequences. Maybe there are some already. SL is pretty big. Hard to know what all is out there already.

Matthew Perreault

As a musician who's recently signed to an independent RL label (Wampus) and is using SL as a prime promotional space, I think SL stands a chance of being a vehicle for building niche audiences, along with podcasts.

For non-RIAA labels, the niche is key. There are enough niches within SL that a savvy label should be able to focus attention there rather than the increasingly non-cost-effective traditional RL channels. That's the plan I and Wampus are giving a shot next month; I'll let you know how it goes...

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