1. My Demo Reel (Sound)


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    • Introducing the NTG4 and NTG4+ Shotgun Microphones


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      The NTG4 and NTG4+ are two new directional condenser (shotgun) microphones from RØDE, combining premium performance with features that improve audio fidelity and usability. The NTG4+ is the first shotgun microphone to feature an inbuilt lithium battery. Providing over 150 hours of operation, the battery can be charged by any USB power source in around two hours using the supplied MicroUSB cable. For more information, visit www.rodemic.com/ntg4.

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      • Halo 5 Trailer Sound Design


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        This Halo 5 trailer is an example of my best sound design work. Once I stripped all of the original audio from the downloaded video, I replaced everything from musical aspects, background ambiences and sound effects. I used NI Komplete to design the musical aspects and background ambiences. The sound effects were gathered from multiple sound libraries, which were then morphed into something new. I composed every musical aspect you hear (except for the composition from 1:12-1:48). I created this project in Pro Tools 10 and mixed the majority of the project using Waves plugins.

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        • Drive (Audio For Video II Final)


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          My final project for Audio For Video I, completed with Sarah Kloiber and Sarah Streit. We replaced the sound effects, music and dialogue from this scene from Drive, each of us overseeing a different aspect of the project.

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          • Capturing good audio for video productions


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            This production focuses on presenting a few key tips for capturing better audio for spoken word productions, but it really applies to any kind of film production. For more tips on creating better spoken word videos, see www.my-spoken-word.com.

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            • Rycote Originals - The Softie® Windshield


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              Why do you love your Rycote? Because we love it! Take a trip behind the scenes into our world to see why our Softie Windshield remains the industry standard for Broadcast, Film & Video professionals all over the world. Rycote has been designing and manufacturing microphone windshields and suspensions in Stroud, UK since it was founded by sound recordist John Gozzard in 1969 with the introduction of the first Rycote Windshield. For more on the history of our products visit http://www.rycote.com/about/innovation_timeline/

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              • RODE Test with the SmartLav by RODE Microphones


                from Carlos Quintero Added 248 1 0

                Hello, Today, I wanted to challenge the RODE SmartLav by taking it outside of the studio. RODE microphone's reputation is well known and while I primarily focus on shooting video for TV commercials or Corporate Video that ends up on the Web, I think that for the $60 price point of the RODE SmartLav, I can get even more creative with my shoots and get high quality audio with a smaller crew. With that in mind, I decided to take the RODE SmartLav out of the studio and office settings and out on a RODE-Test. There was not a better time to do this than right away in the morning since it made for a quick and convenient way to determine what exactly I would need to do and how much time it would take to set up the environment for a typical commercial shoot if I was to use the RODE SmartLav. I had already downloaded the RODE Recording App on to my iPhone5. I simply plugged in the SmartLav and ran the cord through the inside of my shirt connecting it to my iPhone. I used the default settings on the SmartLav and hit record. Mounting the camera is what took a little bit of time as I had not done that previously. I used a Sony HD Handycam that shoots AVCHD video in 1080p at 29.97 fps -- with very few manual video options; so expect that this is -- well what it is. It is the smallest camera that I own and getting it in the car with the gear that I have available from my house was the only option. From this video, I think you will agree that the RODE SmartLav performs very well. Did I have some problems with the audio -- Yes. Was it the RODE SmartLav's fault? NO. I could have improved the performance if I'd take a little bit of time to wrap the SmartLav's capsule (around it not the top) with mole skin to prevent the fabric and seat bealt rubbing sounds. I could have also taped up the cord to my t-shirt to again reduce the handling noise. All in all, I was impressed. I can absolutely use the RODE SmartLav in future video shoots. The audio files are of great quality. With some minor tweaks in post, it can be improved further. I hope that you found this quick video useful. If you like this video please give it a thumbs up on YouTube and if you did not like the video please give it a thumbs down. Please leave your comments or other suggestions as to how we might be able to leverage this affordable option to improve our productions.

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                • Making the Best Location Sound Recording


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                  How important is the sound in your film? Very! Most home video setups have at least 5 speakers, many theaters as many as 20. What we hear can make or break a film. We will hear from Joe Godfrey, what sound techs, sound crews and sound designers hear on location, on the set and in post production...and what they do with it, and to it, to make your good film great. Join us for an evening of tips, tricks and techniques that will make your production sing. About the Speaker: Joe Godfrey began teaching audio and video at UCSD’s Digital Arts Center in 2001 and in 2002 added audio and video classes at The Art Institute of California / San Diego. Godfrey is academic director of the Audio Production and the Web Design & Interactive Media departments at the Art Institute of California - San Diego. He has also authored online training and dvds for Pro Tools 10 through Infinite Skills.com, and Logic 8 and Pro Tools LE 7 through lynda.com.

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                  • Faustine Pelipel: Audio For Video Demo Reel


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                    This reel showcases my work in the field of audio post-production, fulfilling tasks within the following roles: sound designer, editor and mixer, ADR engineer, and Foley artist and editor. I am currently based in Toronto, Canada. CONTACT: fpelipel@gmail.com (416) 201-2532

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