The Music of Sound: a concept album exploring the musicality of life.
Ever since I was a kid, I have been fascinated with manipulating sound. At age 10, armed with a crappy computer mic and windows ’95, I stayed up late pitching my voice up and down, recording random shit around the house and crafting weird sonic atmospheres. It’s clear now how these early childhood experiments laid the foundation for my musical style and creative path.
My new album is a modern expression of that childhood obsession - a juicy musical blend of sounds from nature, electronics, everyday life, and pop culture, interlaced with wisdom from musicians and philosophers.
But in the end, using words to describe music is pointless. The only way to understand it is to experience it. Please have a listen for yourself.
Melodysheep's mission is to evoke a sense of awe and wonder about the universe through immersive, emotional, non-fiction storytelling. By mixing precision motion graphics, cutting edge visual effects, soaring orchestral-electronic scores, and mind-expanding concepts, his work stands out among other educational and non-fiction creators online, designed to make you think, feel, and be swallowed up by the beauty of the universe.
Melodysheep is John D. Boswell, a filmmaker, composer, VFX artist, and editor from the pacific northwest. His work spans from television and music production to viral remixes and mashups, and has drawn over a quarter billion views online. In 2017, Melodysheep created the 8 part series ORIGINS for National Geographic, and has done extensive work with Disney, PBS, and many other collaborators. His experimental film "Timelapse of the Future" garnered two Webby awards and over 50 million views.