"I don’t get you"
"little ghosts told me"
"nightmare (remix)"
REmix by Tanya Mar
HERE on hitRECord
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Contribute to the “RE: THE DARK” collab HERE!

"nightmare (remix)"

REmix by Tanya Mar

HERE on hitRECord

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Contribute to the “RE: THE DARK” collab HERE!

CALLING CURATORS!

Now that we’ve started the 16 potential themes for the episodes of Season 2, we want to know which themes you feel should make our next 8 episodes of HITRECORD ON TV - tell us what you think!

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CURATORS: You can contribute your Season 2 episode ideas in two different ways:

  1. Contribute an Album with the 8 themes that you think should be Season 2’s episodes. Also, arrange them in the order you think they should air. You can find all 16 potential themes HERE.
  2. Curate an Album for each individual theme you think will make a good episode. Include any angles, ideas, or RECords that you think would be good for that episode.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Please contribute your Season 2 Theme Albums by Tuesday, May 6th.

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Contribute to the “Season 2 Theme Ideas” collab HERE!

"Surfacers (Tiny illustration)"
Illustration by dt.nguyen
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The SerpentTheCharmer (Image & Text Curator) writes:
I keep coming back to look at this illustration. There’s something about it that is so primitive and visceral, the artistry is wonderful but it’s secondary to the feeling conveyed within it. It’s oddly peaceful to stare at.
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Contribute your Tiny Stories HERE!

"Surfacers (Tiny illustration)"

Illustration by dt.nguyen

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The SerpentTheCharmer (Image & Text Curator) writes:

I keep coming back to look at this illustration. There’s something about it that is so primitive and visceral, the artistry is wonderful but it’s secondary to the feeling conveyed within it. It’s oddly peaceful to stare at.

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Contribute your Tiny Stories HERE!

"Subway Ghosts"
Illustration by Mr Ben
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Contribute your Tiny Stories HERE!
"Record Title"
REmix by thatturnip
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Contribute to the “Shadow Beings” Collaboration HERE!
"Diet"
Tiny Story by chloe04
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Contribute your Tiny Stories HERE!
"Gooblygag Testshot"
Test Animation by LilleeLoon
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MattConley (Community Director) writes:
This is a really cool animation test for the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” collab! This test looks like it could go in a lot of different directions!  
This is off to a great start - excited to see more! 
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You can contribute your Animation Tests to the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” collaboration HERE!

"Gooblygag Testshot"

Test Animation by LilleeLoon

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MattConley (Community Director) writes:

This is a really cool animation test for the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” collab! This test looks like it could go in a lot of different directions!  

This is off to a great start - excited to see more! 

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You can contribute your Animation Tests to the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” collaboration HERE!

CALLING ALL ANIMATORS!
Let’s create some 5-10 second TEST ANIMATIONS for this awesome story "Gooblygag & The Ghost"  that’s told by a 5 year-old! 
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Here’s how YOU can contribute to this collaboration:
ANIMATORS: Create 5-10 second Animation Tests by taking a piece of the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” audio record & animating it. You could animate it in 2D or 3D, try Paper Cut-Out Stop-Motion, or do Line Animation. Be as creative as you’d like!
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You can contribute to the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” collaboration HERE!

CALLING ALL ANIMATORS!

Let’s create some 5-10 second TEST ANIMATIONS for this awesome story "Gooblygag & The Ghost"  that’s told by a 5 year-old! 

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Here’s how YOU can contribute to this collaboration:

ANIMATORS: Create 5-10 second Animation Tests by taking a piece of the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” audio record & animating it. You could animate it in 2D or 3D, try Paper Cut-Out Stop-Motion, or do Line Animation. Be as creative as you’d like!

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You can contribute to the “Gooblygag & The Ghost” collaboration HERE!

Priscilla Penderghast: The Tale of How One Ghost Got a Life

Text by elkrutsch

Visual REsource by BowtiesAreCool

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Priscilla Penderghast had a lovely smile, the sweetest disposition, and dreamed of seeing the wonders of the world. Really she had everything going for her, save for one tiny, miniscule, barely-worth-mentioning setback…

Priscilla Penderghast was dead. 

Dying itself hadn’t been a particularly pleasant experience, as one can hardly call pneumonia enjoyable, but Priscilla still recalled fondly the single day that ultimately lead to her untimely demise.

It started as a bright, cloudless winter day. The kind of day that that is so sunny it looks as if it should be warm. The sun glistened off snow-covered fields and icicles sparkled along eaves. Priscilla had pulled on layers of silk underclothes, wool breeches, her winter coat and a new set of burgundy, knit mittens and matching hat that had been a Christmas gift from her great aunt Mona on her father’s side.  As Priscilla grabbed her ice skates out of the hall closet her mother called out to her from the kitchen, “be careful not to catch a cold and don’t forget that Mr. & Mrs. Mallory would be joining us for supper!” “Yes Mother, I’ll remember,” Priscilla had replied as she pulled the front door shut behind her.

Priscilla still remembered, but she had caught cold, and worse. For weeks she laid in bed, coughing and weak with fever, while doctor Corning had come and gone, her mother wept, and her father paced in his study. As she died Priscilla remembered the day she spent gliding and swirling across the icy pond beyond the field: how cold it had been and how that cold couldn’t compare to the chill deep in her bones as the fever took her life. 

As far as afterlives went though, Priscilla had little cause for complaint, other than growing lonely has the years went by. She had stayed in her family’s home, an ornate Victorian place with turrets and high ceilings. When the Penderghast family had occupied the house there were fires in every hearth, frequent dinner parties, and pleasant smells from the kitchen permeated every room. The land around the house was full of fields and out buildings, ponds and groves of trees. Priscilla had silently watched life go by for her family, sharing in their joys and disappointments and after her parents were both gone (and had decided to move on, rather than haunt the halls as Priscilla did) her brother returned from University with a new bride, and the cycle started again. She watched another generation of Penderghasts grow up and grow old. Occasionally one of the children claimed their closet was haunted or someone glimpsed her out of the corner of their eye, but mostly her half-existence went unremarked.

And so many years went on that way for Priscilla though she never aged a day.

It was hard for Priscilla to pinpoint exactly when things changed. She supposed it had happened gradually without her notice as she watched what went on inside the house but never took note of things beyond her walls. However, things beyond those walls did change.

The family eventually fell on hard times and the city sprawled out, encroaching on their land. Paved roads and housing developments crept up until the stately manor stood as an island lost in time amid a sea of progress.

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Part 2 is HERE!

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You can contribute to The Grimm Gallery collaboration HERE!



LET’S CREATE A GALLERY OF GRIMM CHARACTERS & WRITE SOME GHOSTLY STORIES FOR THEM!
Our Text & Audio Curator Metaphorest has a few words RE: The Grimm Gallery, a new collaboration for all of your most ghoulish characters.
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ILLUSTRATORS: You can create some new eerie characters like these & frame them as if they’re on display in a ghastly gallery within a haunted old mansion.
WRITERS: You could select some of your favorite Grimm Characters from the collab & start writing some back stories or poems about them.
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You can contribute to The Grimm Gallery HERE!

LET’S CREATE A GALLERY OF GRIMM CHARACTERS & WRITE SOME GHOSTLY STORIES FOR THEM!

Our Text & Audio Curator Metaphorest has a few words RE: The Grimm Gallery, a new collaboration for all of your most ghoulish characters.

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ILLUSTRATORS: You can create some new eerie characters like these & frame them as if they’re on display in a ghastly gallery within a haunted old mansion.

WRITERS: You could select some of your favorite Grimm Characters from the collab & start writing some back stories or poems about them.

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You can contribute to The Grimm Gallery HERE!

CALLING ALL MUSICIANS: Come work w/ us & let’s take this ATMOSPHERIC LOVE SONG to the next level!
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FEMALE VOCALISTS: We need you to sing the line "I’m still in love" in a creative way. We also need ghost noises of all kinds to round out the eerie atmosphere of the song.
GUITAR PLAYERS: There’s space for mini solos on this track & space for a recurring guitar line throughout. During the grand finale you can really shred your strings!
HORN PLAYERS: You can play over the entire track, but really blow the lid off of your performances & let ‘er rip during the end of the song!
Check out the latest version of "Remains" as a reference track.
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You can contribute to the “RE: Remains” collaboration HERE!

CALLING ALL MUSICIANS: Come work w/ us & let’s take this ATMOSPHERIC LOVE SONG to the next level!

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FEMALE VOCALISTS: We need you to sing the line "I’m still in love" in a creative way. We also need ghost noises of all kinds to round out the eerie atmosphere of the song.

GUITAR PLAYERS: There’s space for mini solos on this track & space for a recurring guitar line throughout. During the grand finale you can really shred your strings!

HORN PLAYERS: You can play over the entire track, but really blow the lid off of your performances & let ‘er rip during the end of the song!

Check out the latest version of "Remains" as a reference track.

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You can contribute to the “RE: Remains” collaboration HERE!