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A Comprehensive Guide to One-Camera Live Streaming Setups
While the majority of Mainstream Media's live streams are multi-camera configurations, there are numerous situations where only one camera is needed. Events such as online learning modules, press conferences, electronic news gathering, and internal corporate broadcasts can be really successful with a simple one-camera setup.
Tips for Getting the Right Sound for Your Live Concert
When it comes to producing live music, getting the sound to come out flawlessly is one of the most difficult aspects. Both the performers and the sound team share responsibility of this particular aspect, but even if both are consistent, different venues and different PA systems can mean that all conventional wisdom and “what worked before” can go right out the window.
Lessons Learned: First Impressions for New Sound Mixers
I'd like to take a couple of minutes to run down a few tips for new location sound mixers. These are observations learned in over more than 30 years in both broadcast and location sound. These are not technical tips. Rather, they are lessons that I've received that made me a more professional, team oriented and in demand mixer.
The Importance of Sound
You might think video production is all about, well, video, but sound connects an audience to what they are seeing. It adds emotion, supports the visuals, and every edit cut and it defines the overall mood and tone of your narrative.
Man of Sound: Interview with Sound Editor Woody Woodhall
When it comes to bringing a story to life with sound, there's more to it than meets the eye... or ear. Woody Woodhall, CAS is President of Allied Post Audio in Santa Monica, CA and is an award winning supervising sound editor, sound designer and rerecording mixer. He has sound supervised and mixed feature films, documentaries and for television he’s VO recorded, sound edited and mixed hundreds of episodes of programming for MTV, Comedy Central, Food Network, Nat Geo, History, USA Network and VH-1 to name a few.
Sound Insight with Production Sound Mixer José Frías
With a career that spans back to his days in recording more than a decade ago, Production Sound Mixer José Frías has long-held a love for the audio industry. Although he got his start in music, he’s held many different audio production roles, which has led to his working on projects for high-profile clients, such as Motorola, IBM, ESPN, Time Magazine and more.
The Art & Music of Sound for Games
GDC Session with speaker Rod Abernathy, Rednote Audio.Rod Abernethy is known throughout Europe, Asia and the Americas for his cutting-edge approach to music composition for video games, television and film. Credits include: Sound Dead Space, Rage, Wheelman, Alpha protocol, Hobbit, King Arthur and Transformers, Madagascar 3, and more! Rod’s music has also been featured in programming for major networks including ABC, CBS, Discovery Channel, ESPN, Fox, G4, HBO, Nickelodeon, TLC and PBS.
Sound Editor Peter Albrechtsen on the importance of sound editing and design in horror films
In our latest interview, we spoke with Peter Albrechtsen, supervising sound editor and sound designer for the newest installment of the Evil Dead franchise, Evil Dead Rise.
Best cities to live and work as a moviemaker
Hollywood has always been a-dream-come-true for all those involved in the film industry. Making it in Hollywood equals success, an impressive career, and ample opportunities to achieve your long-desired goals. However, some other locations rightfully deserve the reputation of being among the best cities to live and work as a moviemaker. We have chosen a few of these to give you a hint. After you study the list, packing and moving your film equipment to one of these cities might seem like the right thing to do.
Live from NAB, it’s Saturday Night Live [Editors]!
by Bradford HillSession Notes from "How SNL Produces Short Films in 48 Hours or Less" at the NAB Show. Speakers: George Winslow, Rhys Thomas, Stacey Foster, Alex Buono, Adam Epstein(Basically, the SNL Film unit produces killer shorts in less than the time it took me to write these session notes). First, they kicked off the session with a montage of some of the best recent SNL shorts, including ‘Red Flag’, “Sopranos Diaries” and the “Real Housewives of Disney”. See More Here: http://www.rhyst.com/filter/snlThen they showed my personal favorite, the Louie CK parody “Lincoln.”How many of you would have guessed that happened in the wake of Sandy? More to come on that later.