AudioEngine's Tom Goldblatt recently completed mixing a
three-part campaign for Panasonic via Grey Worldwide, entitled "Digital Camera," "Plasma" and "DVD-R."
In "Digital Camera," the spot shows a number of instances where life is shaky--literally--from riding a bike over cobblestones, to the effects of an airplane overhead. None of the people seem to mind; in fact, they enjoy the bumps along the way. As far as capturing these moments and others, Panasonic's digital camera comes with optic image stabilization so your
memories will never be shaky again.
In "Plasma" we are asked various
questions about how we see the world, "What is the color of innocence?
The color of bravado? What is the color of passion? What is the color
of Defiance?" Through gorgeous images of various actions and settings,
the answer is clear: Life is color, and nothing captures it like the
new Panasonic HDTV.
The final spot, "DVD-R" notes that people hold onto
the things they love (it's a diverse range of things, indeed) and now
they can hold onto all of their media - like photographs and old home
footage--with the Panasonic DVD-R.
For more information about Panasonic, visit www.panasonic.com.