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.
Erik Blomberg’s eerie little film is part folk horror story, moral lesson, and a remarkable evocation of an expressionistic silent classic, with its reliance on striking B&W cinematography and music to hammer home the story of a woman who wants her husband to pay more attention to her instead of the reindeer herd...
Podcast interview director and veteran editor Victor Kanesfky on the art of editing, spanning Art Bastard (2016), his recent documentary on artist Robert Cenedella, and editing the classic indie horror Ganja & Hess (1976) + graffiti doc Style Wars (1983).
Victor Kanefsky discusses the art of editing, structure, balance, and pacing in a conversation that spans both his latest directorial work, Art Bastard (2016), a lively documentary on painter Robert Cenedella, and his lengthy career as an editor in many genres, including horror (Ganja & Hess) and documentary (Style Wars). Visit KQEK.com for a film review
In what’s hopefully the first in a series of vinyl related podcasts, I speak with Cary Mansfield, Varese Sarabande’s Vice President of A&R, about the label's recent trio of limited LP editions of catalogue titles – John Powell’s The Bourne Identity (2002), Don Davis’ The Matrix (1999), and Marco Beltrami’s Scream (1996) and Scream 2 (1997) – and the
Brief making-of blog on ArtScopeTO, the first of an occasional series of short reportages on local artists in Toronto. Stills and video links illustrate the making of the short, including the use of a vintage B&K Precision oscilloscope.
Some early news of Stock Footage & Loops from my Podcast Montages that will be available for purchase as royalty-free clips in mid-October + a link to the Trailer Intro, derived from analogue video gear.