I wrote this up in reply to someone on the Facebook Post Chat group and thought I’d like to have it archived over here too. I will update it with more info a links soon: Some comparisons and real world data for reference: LTO6 will run you about $1500-$3500 for the drive. $30-$60 per tape. …
If you are at all interested in the fields of sound, mixing, live production or even just how deeply you must go to bring viewers into an event, then you should give the show a listen – preferably with headphones – it is an aural treat.
If you’ve ever wondered what all goes in to making a promo for a network like PBS, I’ve made this short little video. The clip below is 4 hours and 30 minutes of editing work (which is about half of the total time spent to make the piece) compressed into 60 seconds. Take a look: …
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I am a 27-year veteran of media production and post-production. I have been involved in all aspects – production, post-production, & management. I’m a husband and father (of two). My interests range from acting to stage combat to archery to gaming (both video and tabletop). I’m a passionate learner and teacher. I am a good communicator and a quick study.
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