A data dive into Patreon As long-time readers will know, I’m keen to cover the speed and scope of changes within the film business. The industry has experienced a greater degree of flux in the past decade than in the previous century, and yet more shape-shifting is on the horizon. This transformation makes it a fascinating time to be entering or studying the film industry. One of the areas of significant change is the evolving relationship between artists and audiences. Historically, there have been many levels of middlemen between the artists (i.e. writers, directors, actors, etc) and their audience (i.e. the people who actually pay to watch their work).
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CSS Color Chart This page contains a neutral colors chart and a general-purpose color chart. You can use the colors in the palettes with either HTML or CSS. Click on the color code to select it, then you can copy and paste it. University of Surrey opens doors to 22.2 listening room Institute of Sound Recording is offering access to its experimental workspace equipped with a range of reproduction systems from stereo to multi-channel. The Institute of Sound Recording (IoSR) at the University of Surrey is now offering access to a new 22.2 critical listening room that utilises Genelec 8330A SAM studio monitors and 7350A SAM subwoofers. HHB Communications supplied the technology as part of Genelec’s sponsorship programme to the IoSR and the university’s Music and Sound Recording (Tonmeister) degree. The ITU-R BS.1116 listening room, designed and built by Munro Acoustics, is used by students and researchers to undertake experimental work involving audio measurement and subjective listening tests. The ITU-R standard is the most critical international standard for listening rooms, with strict criteria for low noise, controlled reflections, dimension ratios and reverberation time. “The seminar was a great addition to the Tonmeister programme,” Mason continued.
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The Conundrum Of “Ears Versus Education” By Karl Winkler • April 14, 2017 I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the role musical education plays in audio mixing. There have been numerous threads about the subject in several on-line forums, and the responses seem evenly divided between “not needed but it doesn’t hurt” and “it’s actually a hindrance” and “it certainly helps.”
Landing Page Basics You Should Know + a Twist This is a contribution by Devesh Sharma on landing page basics you should know. Inbound marketing is where it’s at. This means that your website, whether big or small, should concentrate on generating consumer interest in what you have to offer. And trust me, this is no easy task because website visitors know this is your goal and want something in return for their email addresses, comments, likes and shares, and yes even their money. People are not ready to simply give up their information; they want you to earn it. Today we are going to explore how creating a lead generating landing page with a twist is going to help satisfy your customer’s desire to get something in exchange for their information.
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New Business Support Incubation Access to managed office work space and a programme of business support, workshops and networking events. Action Learning An opportunity to talk to those around you who either have, or still are going through and facing the same issues as yourself. School of Sound's International Symposium line-up revealed Event will offer a series of sessions covering film, games, documentary, installation, radio and composition disciplines. School of Sound has announced its masterclass schedule for the 2015 International Symposium event at London's Southbank Centre from 8 - 11 April. The event promises to encourage a cross-disciplinary approach to using sound in the arts and media through a series of seminars, workshops and performances hosted by skilled figures in the pro-audio and media industries. The wide range of topics cover the film, games, documentary sound, dance, installation, folk sound, listening, theatre and opera, radio and composition disciplines. Renowned foley artist Nicolas Becker (Gravity, Wuthering Heights) will present a session at 1:30pm on the Wednesday (8 April) describing his techniques and methods while reflecting on how he uses complex technology to realise his artistic vision. All sessions will take place in the Purcell Room at Southbank Centre.