Since my upcoming holiday in Sri Lanka draws ever nearer, I fall so slowly ever increasing areas that I have not yet been considered for my film.
Other countries - Other Music! The music, which I will probably be heard there on vacation the whole stay on, would I like to use for the deposit of my shots. But where can I get all the? On the German record market, I'll probably suffer for the Top 10 from Sri Lanka. Synonymous but I do not know if I am able, 1 holiday find a store with CDs and 2 then select a suitable CD or synonymous, because I do not mastered the language.
Can you give me a tip for my problem? Thank you very much.
Antwort von CamPhilip:
simple tip, Sri Lanka gibts determined German-speaking people who you can tell where you'll find Sri Lankan music. In addition, you'll get in each Smichov, it was just a mom and pop shop, a typical CD, as the Sri Lankans want to make the traditional music palatable to tourists.
Antwort von Axel:
The journey still lies ahead, that is not an issue, you get the TOP 10 in Sri Lanka. I probably - no India-Kenner - there's synonymous street musicians, just as synonymous in our shopping areas, which you must shoot for a few coins certainly times (good Microsystems) with you. Advantages: You'd synonymous times a Picture to the music, which proves its authenticity. Moreover, it is a matter of taste or the lack thereof, always inferior to the best of folk music. A Japanese background shots from Hamburg with one clog and is proud of how Oscar, because he used the proper music to the exotic scene of ... An accordion player in front of Karstadt, synonymous when he plays "The Blue Danube", is there somehow less painful.
Antwort von Markus:
there is usually no problem to buy locally indigenous music, so long as you reach a larger city somewhere and do not tent safari in the desert. ;-)
Last time I brought my music from Indonesia. Complicated, it was only when I wanted to listen to a CD before purchase. They would have played the music for lack of CD player almost on store speakers. ;-)
Antwort von cheekybit:
Thanks for the quick replies.
At first I had thought synonymous to go on holiday just to the store to grab the CD shelf and a CD, whose title I can not understand though, but looks fit, buy and that's it. However, I would cucumbers in Sri Lanka through the pampas and in fact I do not know how the "Third World country" looks so with supermarkets.
Maybe there is really little shops that are still storing somewhere a dusty CD for tourism, I've really no idea. ;-)
And by the way thanks for the tip to make the same mistake as the Japanese! Had I not just as before, but maybe I should hold myself back with a bit of traditional music really, especially if it is unbearable. :-) In dry stamp images, etc. However, I wanted to really loosen up the pictures with a little matching Music.
Antwort von AndyZZ:
Since you will not swim, then yes, you're probably at least twice at the airport. Also there are usually shops where you can buy music, local folklore synonymous. Perhaps to double or triple the price, but just Kaufbar.
Antwort von Markus:
Double or triple price than in any supermarket on the ground can still be dirt cheap by our standards. Last I bought s.einem Airport a great denim jacket, of which I initially thought ... Airport price ... I would not me able to afford. ;-)