I love the plugin he uses:
"From there, there's a cord that connects the streaming box to a VCR. I have cut that wire in half and frayed out that wire. Then, while the footage plays, I manipulate the frayed wire to interrupt the signal between the footage and the recording."
Coincidentally I just ran into this one: http://imgur.com/EUDEu3H
the analog is leaking again
Reminds me a lot of Rob Sheridan's work, especially on the How To Destroy Angels album. I recall, but can't find, a detailed blog post he wrote about his process. There are some bits deep in his tumblr, e.g. http://robsheridan.tumblr.com/post/44483580368/making-some-htda-visuals
I remember he once teased people with "guess who the model for the album cover is". I don't know if anyone ever figured it out.
The track artwork for each track was a version of the album cover but subtly different, and someone worked out that they stacked into an animation. I can't find the ani GIF anymore but this page shows you the frames: http://www.nin.wiki/Category:Welcome_Oblivion_Embedded_Art
OK , digging a bit deeper, still not the big long article he wrote but more visuals + hires downloads http://www.rob-sheridan.com/analog/one.html
Such analog. Wow. Somewhere, Steve Albini is touching himself