Moon Cube Design’s latest album production entitled ‘breathe’ was created under the pseudonym ‘STREAMS’. This album is an instrumental relaxation album composed on piano, guitar and using various found sound samples. You can purchase this album as a digital download or on CD.
The original artworks created are also available for purchasing.
You can stream the album for free and more info available here: https://streamsbreathe.bandcamp.com
In this video I worked with Yaron (vocalist, mcee, poet & founder of MyPeace.tv). The finished product is a combination of live video, after effects, still images, artworks, music and animated text. The powerful spoken word poetry is the core of the project provided by Yaron. In the Moon Cube Design studio the concept was developed to stylise the footage and interweave animated elements of imagery and text.
You can view the finished product on youtube here: https://youtu.be/weHZcNyweqY. If you would like Moon Cube Design to create a similar project using After Effects and motion graphics please let us know via our contact form http://www.mooncubedesign.com.au/contact-us/ or email us at email@example.com.
For more examples of what is capable using animation, motion graphics and after effects please visit http://www.mooncubedesign.com.au/motion-graphics/.
The Storyteller: Volume One is a collection of 10 original songs written and produced by Moon Cube Design. This project was commissioned by Fikri Films who was seeking an album of music that could be used for their film projects. The music has also been made available to the film making public who are in search of royalty free music. Purchasing this album grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use the music in unlimited applications and projects. Broadcast use is allowed: you can use this license for films, TV, radio and online advertising.
For more examples of Moon Cube Design’s music please visit this page http://www.mooncubedesign.com.au/sound-design/.
We are lucky to have Bhim the Red Panda join the Moon Cube Design family! Adopting a red panda via the Red Panda Network is a great way to sponsor and support these beautiful endangered species. We are looking forward to hearing updates about how Bhim’s life unfolds. For more information visit http://redpandanetwork.org/
Bhim is named after a strong Indian hero and is the father of Sita’s cubs. He is a protective dad and makes sure his cubs are always safe. Bhim travels with them to the stream and teaches them how to escape danger. Cute!
Throughout 2016, Moon Cube Design has participated in Weeklybeats. Weeklybeats challenges music produces / musicians / sound artists / sound designers to create 1 new original piece of music per week. Each week participants upload their tracks and launch them to the weeklybeats community and then their own networks via social media, soundcloud etc.(if they choose of course).
This has been a great experience and would definitely recommend to all sound designers alike to participate. It is a great way to keep the inspiration flowing. The limited time pushes you to not over think and go with your instinct, which can be great practice for any aspiring musicians. You can listen to a selection here. To have a listen to our other sound design examples click here. Enjoy!
Moon Cube Design wants to do our part to take care of the environment and for our first step we have taken advantage of Ashfield Council’s Compost Revolution. Ashfield council is very generously offering 50% off + free delivery of a compost bin or worm farm to cut your waste in half.
Our worm farm has been operating for two months now and is going really well. It is completely odourless, great for reducing rubbish and results in amazing free fertilizer.
Let’s be a part of the solution, rather than the problem. There is no time like the present to make a difference. If not us, then who? If not now, then when? Don’t wait until its too late. Let’s think and act green. It feels great and will make a positive difference. Make it happen!
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This following entry is designed for intermediate to advanced website designers and developers, therefore is not an extremely intricately detailed step by step tutorial, and will require a certain level of experience to understand. Before any attempts are made to edit your template, make sure to back up your site or individual files first. I use a combination of firebug (an add-on for Mozilla Firefox), Adobe Dreamweaver (website code editor) and cpanel. I will explain my process though I am sure that there are variations within each process.
My initial process is setting up the website through Joomla. This is very important and results in the core design of your cms website. Once setup, I then address the elements that need adjusting that could not be made within Joomla’s backend interface e.g editing DOCman’s layout from the example of my last post. These edits need to be made to the files within the Joomla site, though first you must find the correct file to edit.
This is where Firefox’s Firebug is used. Open firebug within the screen you want to edit and use the pointer tool to find the correct div to edit. For instance, I discovered the DOCman section that I needed to edit was located within the div class titled ‘com_docman’. I then opened Dreamweaver to search through my offline version of the site. I created this earlier by downloading the Joomla site through cpanel, and then opened it within dreamweaver.
Having an offline version of the site allows you to search for keywords like com_docman and will locate all the files which relate to that search. It will also tell you the directory location e.g > com_docman > views > documents > tmpl > list.php. Once you have found the file you need to edit, locate it within your cpanel, download it to ensure you have a working backup, then use the code editor to manipulate the code. This can be a process of trial and error to find exactly which lines of code controls what… So yeah, hope that helps!
Download Mozilla Firefox’s firebug add-on here: Firebug add-on
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* Update September 30, 2104
The next edit I needed to do with docman was the actual headers stating ‘Documents’. It was displaying far too large in comparison with other headers on the site. Using Firebug and my offline version of the site in Dreamweaver, I discovered the css file I needed to change was located in media > com_docman > bootstrap > css > bootstrap.css. I then edited the h1 and h3 classes to the size that I needed. Any questions feel free to leave a comment below
Sharing my discovery for all the web designers out there! Within Joomla 2.5 I could’nt find any other way to edit the way DOCman displays its documents within Joomlas backend. This worked for me: to hide the document details including publish date, date modified etc., I edited the list.php file. This is found in the directory components > com_docman > views > documents > tmpl > list.php
Comment out the table within the div ‘docman-document-details’ (lines 21-48) and then the document details will be removed.
I also needed my documents to order in a descending fashion alphabetically. To do this open the html.php file located in components > com_docman > views > list > html.php. Change line 68 from $direction = ‘asc’; to $direction = ‘desc’;. This will order all the documents within each category reverse alphabetically. Success! I hope this helps any website designers save some time and leave a comment if you have a question, I will get back to you asap.
Note: To edit the files within your Joomla 2.5/3.0 site you will need to be able to access them via your cpanel (www.yourdomain.com/cpanel) or via ftp using your preferred code editing software e.g Adobe Dreamweaver. I will go through this in my next blog post and stay tuned for information regarding graphic design software. I am also going to reveal how I found out exactly which files to edit. Good luck!
Download the Joomla component here: DOCman 2.0.0 RC3
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