February 12 2011 // Work

Slipknot Rocks Applied Art Once Again!

Slipknot and Roadrunner Records in NYC again chose Applied Art & Technology to create their latest interactive DVD set - (sic) nesses. On top of developing the content of both disks, this time around we also completed the DVD interface, authoring and encoding. Editor and Producer Neil Zaugg developed and cut the content, including the "Live at Download" concert that was recently shown in theaters around the world. The high-energy concert was also broadcast globally on MTV's World Stage.

In addition to the concert, music videos and The Making of Snuff, Clown has once again directed an art house film that combines behind the scenes footage, live performances and a tribute to late bassist Paul Gray.

Artist Scott Kaven took on the graphics and special effects as well as the DVD interface and menu graphics. Once again - he killed it!

Working with over 20 countries to manufacture, Authoring Engineer Mike Rossow managed all technical aspects of the DVD set including the global distribution. Released late last year, the (sic) nesess has already gone Gold and Platinum.

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