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This article was published on March 28, 2011

Music video shot using FaceTime on an iPhone 4 [video]

Music video shot using FaceTime on an iPhone 4 [video]
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Brodie Beta is a technology enthusiast with a passion for gadgets, media and anything related to the Web. She has worked in communications Brodie Beta is a technology enthusiast with a passion for gadgets, media and anything related to the Web. She has worked in communications and media for the past nine years. Follow her on twitter here .

An Ontario-based band called The Blue Stones has just released their first music video for “I’m a Stereo” using FaceTime technology.

Within the video, the new band which consists of two actors appear to be collaborating on a song using a mobile web conferencing app. We had a chance to speak with the director of the video Gavin Booth, and he told us that he shot the video using a Canon T2i which was used to film the band actually streaming to an iPhone 4 over Apple’s FaceTime application. Booth, says during the shoot, the band members were filmed in the same room and mentioned that since he’d got the iPhone 4 he’d been dying to somehow use it within a music video.