In the last 365 days my youtube made more daily than the bottom 10.9% of the world population.
Making yourself accountable for your wins and losses is a key part in owning and controlling your destiny
I dont have a routine for any of ky work unoess its features where ots 30 days of the same thing 6 days a week. So these are tips to get up and feel awake too!
This is all about the relationship of when and what I talk about with dorectora and forst ADs to keep getting what I need
This strategy also works for other social sites with search functions :) like twitter.
If you want to be successful quicker than speed is more important than almost anything else.
This is from my chat with Mark Weingarten about his work on House of Cards. They Used a slateless system and lots of metadata :)
This is an extract from a chat i did with Mark Weingarten who has worked on epics like Insterstellar and if he always mics actors just to be safe?
Jeff wexler and his dad had a big impacton our industry and especially Jeffs dad with championing safer hours and turnaround times in an industry that wants you to never sleep.
This is a question I got nearly a year ago from one of my live youtube hangouts on why I was feeding both audio and timecode for sync to a Camera
Directors often want to cue actors while a scene is going on and encouraging them to click and clap is much easier to edit.
This is abkut keeping my audio rushes orgnaised in a way that the editors can find relevant extras as needed and what mic is what, even if its just to triple check.
This is from a lengthy sound chat with Simon Hayes and covers a part about special large scale hollywood FX like Rain Machines and Wind when it comes …
This is from my experience doing Carnet for doing part of a feature film in Morocco and Spain last year
This is an extract about an intangible art of developing a style with your post production projects when they are so different. Like Wayne with movies like The Great Gatsby and Mad Max
This is from a few years ago with Wayne Pashley and he gives me a glimpse into the raw performance of dialogue to change and bring characters to life
This is from my sound chat with Wayne Pashley a few years ago now about his post work on the Great Gatsby with Leoardo De Caprio
Here is a little trick you can do if you need to triple check the audio level on a camera where the meters arent accurate
This showcases the various ways i treat back ups for projects and when i decide to delete them
Find more at my free course at http://learn.soundrolling.com and i cover my knowledge so far of genlock, timecode and wordclock and exploring the …
This os from a question from my live youtube hangouts and i go into deeper detail on my thoughts around having such a solid mixer as your first one
Answering in more detail the question from my recent youtube live Q+A session on what ambience do i record and is it in mono or stereo and if so which configuration
This is my thoughts on low budget narrative work vs commercial work to get into that line of work.
Hey everyone matt from soundrolling.com, today answering a question on using carpets and blankets as acoustic treatment for rooms when im on location
This is the love hate of doing both location and post prosuction sound for a project
This is usually around a dinner table and when the mic is bang on point it goes straight through me haha can you tell what it is yet? Get in touch with your worse sound and ill make a blog post about it. Instagram …
Thisbis where I give you an overview as to where to get started in promoting yourself so yoy get more work and can help bring more value to other people
This is a question i get alot over the years and so i give my 2 cents on why it shouldn't stress you out
I answer and clarify loads of common questions about slating for different scenarios like end board to series
This is about how the different wireless companies have different codes for blocks of frequencies and also how you can translate them.
This is all about me using either pre fade or post fade and when I use them.
This is why I use both peak and VU metering when I am sound recording to give me the best representation of the level of the sound overall.
This is an overview of how Instagram TV plays into the whole Instagram ecosystem of content production and how you should get on board now before it …
This is all about why me putting out content and helping others doesn't hurt me. Your wins are not my losses.
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This is from my Sound Chat with Rob Nokes about the role of car mechanics in recording sessions.
This is how Rob Nokes started SoundDogs.com back in the late 90s as the first online sound effects library of its scale.
This is how Rob Nokes goes about recording plane sound FX.
This is from my Sound Chat with Rob Nokes and about general advice for a great SFX recording session.
This is some of the mic that Rob Nokes from Sounddogs.com uses for his recording sessions from cars to animals.
This is Rob Nokes from Sounddogs.com SFX Libraries and one of his most memorable sound effects recording sessions.
This is about the right levels for recording ambiences to then be able to mix better when mastering.
This is from my Sound chat with Rob Nokes about recording cars to the extreme and sweeteners to make the cars sound even better.
This is from Rob Nokes Sound Chat about recording at racetracks when Rob was younger and other aimal sounds
This is from my with rob nokes who is a sound effects recordist and mixer. This one is about preparation for a car SFX recording session.
I asked Rob if he has ever needed to use an impulse response when he is recording in a unique location.
I chat to Rob about what he gets asked to record the most.
I speak to Rob Nokes about The Importance Of Location Scouting For SFX Recording. This is something often over looked.
This is from my sound chat with Rob Nokes about recording SFX with the Hydrophone
This is from my chat with Rob Nokes, sound effects recordist and mixer and we chat about if there is any general successful approach to recording …
Rob Nokes - Teaching External Recordists In Forign Countries
This is from a chat with Rob Nokes from sounddogs.com
This is with sound effects recordist Rob Nokes. This is for tips on avoiding wind on your mics when recording cars.
Rob Nokes is an SFX sound recordist and describes his typical track count for recording cars.
This is from my chat with Jeff on tax rebates moving work in the US
This is an interesting chat about the slow loss of respect between many departments and how we can bring it back.
This is from my Chat with Jeff Wexler about how he keeps in the loop with post production practices to help him better understand post production.
This is what Jeff Wexler would do if he wanted to move on from location sound.
This is what Jeff Wexler views his work life balance and how his passion is his work.
I chat to Jeff Wexler about how Overtime became so common on crew shoots and how it's killing some of us literally...
This is from my chat with Jeff Wexler about the industry shifting through with new distribution models, but how new ones like HBO back in the day causing weaker contracts going forward.
This is from Jeff Wexler on how the business of show business really began and interesting facts about the first studios setting up as really just side businesses from some.
more from Jeff on Why Fast Shooting Is The Norm...
This is from a chat with Jeff Wexler and a trend he started to see where location sound mixers where just handing in ISO tracks without a mix track and why this is bad practice.
From a chat with Jeff Wexler about how advancements have meant multitrack recording is a norm but you still need to deliver some sort of mix on …
Why Jeff Wexler loves Schoeps mics when hyper cardioids where starting to cross over from music recording to location film sound recording.
This is from a chat with Jeff Wexler about how he does his script breakdowns and gets ready for what will be on set
This is from a chat with Jeff Wexler about reasons for some productions having a growing division between production sound and post production sound.
This is a chat with Jeff Wexler about how through advancements in technology are an asset if you understand the core techniques of capturing good …
I chat to Jeff Wexler about why modern crews in general are less knowledgeable about sound let alone other departments seemingly not related to their own.
This is from when I was at BVE expo today in London and Zoom where there and so I asked about 2 new products the H1n and the F1.
This is from a chat with Jeff Wexler on how shooting has changed when it comes to drama shoots.
This is from a chat with Jeff Wexler on how the boom can still be used even in complex multi-camera situations by being painted out by the VFX …
I chat to Jeff Wexler on how the advancements in sound technology such as multitrack recording has brought new challenges as the rest of the industry …
This is what Jeff Wexler has seen from the changes in location sound recording technology since he started working in the mid 1970's. From mono …
This is all about the advantages of the dual receivers over single receivers for wireless. I sum up the main things to consider.
This is all about if you had to move to a new city, country or state then what is the best way to build a new network of clients to get back to doing what you love. Work!
Soundrolling podcast is back and I am looking to go deep with answering your questions from call ins on the anchor app to help you record better …
Taking things to the next level in terms of all metrics is through comments. This is the new true metric to meaningful interaction. Just like you …
This is all about rethinking where your strategy for business or freelancing come from. Are you just thinking of what to do next or how to get to the next level? If so you are missing the why.
This is all about taking a step back to take 2 steps forward with giving your audience the most access to your messages and content in environments and formats they are going to be the most receptive.
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