I LOVE WORKING IN AUDIO
AND AM LOOKING FOR THOSE WHO DON'T
The biggest buzz of my young life was stumbling into commercial broadcast radio. It's language was audio -- specifically, new music.
Over the years, radio's programmers slowly moved away from new music to proven hits. That was their strategy for keeping the ratings up: "Keep the familiar coming;" nothing new.
Look what happened.
Now, our taste for that personal entertainment buzz has grown up a bit. We expand our appetites to include the natural evolution of liberal arts into that personal medium we call the internet. The language of the internet is videos.
Here's the interesting thing: people will forgive a video of poor picture quality if the audio is good. The same people will not forgive lousy audio on even the best quality picture. For reliable communication in this video vocabulary, audio is the foundation upon which the video structure is built.
Well, what do you know... I've been in audio all my life. What a handy coincidence.
So, speaking from both worlds, merged together in the fascinating craft of story-telling, I offer my recording studio to Online Video enthusiasts. We hope to catch your ears and eyes, and what they're connected to, here on the net!