From editing raw interview audio to removing unwanted sounds and speech quirks, cleaning up background noises, and restoring low speech levels, I can transform your rough gem into a polished podcast, ready for broadcast.
For the past few years I’ve been creating video art for short films & music montages using vintage analogue & contemporary digital gear & software. Excerpts & outtakes from these selections will be available soon for royalty-free use.
Between 1965-1970, Frank Sinatra appeared in 10 films, moving from comedies, thrillers, and war films, ultimately settling on the detective genre which resulted in a tight cluster of Tony Rome (1967), The Detective (1968), and Lady in Cement (1968), and although he would also star in two more genre efforts...
Frank Sinatra’s follow-up to Tony Rome has him reprising the titular character in the same Miami environment, but with a less traditional detective plot in spite of author Marvin H. Albert taking a crack at adapting his novel, with prolific TV scribe Jack Gus...
In my latest conversation with Iranian-American composer Nima Fakhrara, we touch upon some of the organic experimentation that gives his recent horror score The Girl in the Photographs its eerie tenor, and the fusion of Persian and vintage electronic sounds for 1979 Revolution: Black Friday (of which both soundtrack albums are available digitally and on CD f
This partial Editor's Blog features edited excerpts from the pre-screening intros of Julian Roffman's The Mask (1961), Canada's first feature-length 3D and horror film, screened in 2012 and 2015 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox. The 2012 extract focuses on the fragile state of a rare 35mm print and the 3D process, while the 2015 extract covers bot
The following FOR-A character generator does power on, with the green front panel light illuminated. There’s a beep upon boot-up, fan works, and power is going to each of 4 circuit boards (of which 2 have red lights), but no video signal emerges. Upon boot-up, unit is supposed to display one of 5 messages via Video and Line Out on its internal condition, but
As I stated in the Editor’s Blog at KQEK.com, I felt the two pre-screening intros excerpted in the podcast that accompanies the review of KINO’s The Mask (1961) 3D Blu-ray and DVD needed a bit of oomph, and the fact Julian Roffman’s film was in anaglyph 3D gave me an excuse to draft up some trippy supporting images for the visual podcast on KQEK.com’s YouTub
Tied to a post-Scanners screening and Q&A between actor Stephen Lack and NOW Magazine's Norman Wilner are a trio of bonus media links: a visual podcast version of the Q&A; HD excerpts on Vimeo and YouTube featuring images stemming from a vintage oscilloscope; and a shorty-short featurette showing the loading / playing / ejecting of a RCA CED vid