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Friday Fun: "Eye of the Tiger" - Made on an iPad

You may have seen this already, but we loved this and wanted to share it with you.  Jordan Hollender (Flash only portfolio site), a New York based commercial photographer and all-round creative artist, has produced this humorous video to accompany Scott Harris' cover of 'Eye of the Tiger'.  It was created as part of a promotional exercise for commercial production company Zbabam Productions (another Flash based portfolio site).

Of note for us though is that all of the music was created using iPad music apps, and then the video was shot with Canon DSLRs (a 5D Mk II and 7D) over a couple of days and edited in Apple's Final Cut Pro. 

We have been banging the drum (pun intended) for music creation on the iPad since we started this blog, and here is another fine and fun example of what can be accomplished with a few apps and a very healthy dose of creativity.

What do you think?

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It's so much fun but do you know what are those apps they are using?

August 13, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEmre kayganaci

Hi Emre, thanks for commenting, yes we do thanks to Gizmodo who have a quote directly from Jordan Hollender (apparently one of their readers). The apps used are Real Drums, Pro Keys, Baby Scratch and Guitar Mania.

August 13, 2010 | Registered CommenteriPad Creative

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