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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

JJ Abrams on Storytelling / Collaboration and Productivity Mind Hacks




It is only fitting with “ The Last Jedi” about to be released to get some background on producer
JJ Abrams. He was the creative force behind hit TV shows such as "Alias", "Fringe", and "Lost".

He then transitioned to movies and was behind the productions of " Cloverfield" and Super 8* and wound up heralding the Mission Impossible franchise, the Star Trek reboot and also... you guessed it,  Star Wars. So if you are needing advice about storytelling and film making, this is the man to give it to you!


Here is a link with JJ Abrams himself taking about film making;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=40&v=bN-On2CusDM

Here is a much more detailed interview with JJ on his background, making feature
films and telling stories:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=22&v=Fu5TRZVxweA

Want more check this link here:
http://www.indiefilmhustle.com/jj-abrams/

Thanks to Indie Film Hustle for this.


11 Productivity Mind Hacks
Here is a tips sheet of productivity mind hacks that should get you more motivated, focused and productive in time for the New Year. It's bonus content from my new book coming out very soon; entitled, the "Audio Production Resource Guide".

It's free! Click here for PDF and download.


                               


The Audio Production Resource Guide is a fantastic resource for musicians, filmmakers, web developers, video game creators, multimedia designers,  podcasters and anyone needing or using audio in their productions.



Be ready for more bonus surprises. Will try to have a special Christmas bonus for all of you so stay tuned. Don't miss a peep. Sign up now and follow this blog.

Enjoy!

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Saturday, September 23, 2017

Martin Scorsese's 85 Movies Filmmakers need to Know



Here is a tidbit that is generating a buzz. In a Martin Scorsese 4 hour interview with Fast Company, he revealed a list of 85 movies that current filmmakers need to know. Check out the link here:

https://www.fastcompany.com/1679472/martin-scorseses-film-school-the-85-films-you-need-to-see-to-know-anything-about-film

Here is a link with film excerpts and commentary from the master himself::
Update on Book Status
The Audio Production Resource Guide is moving along very well. The creativity / productivity section is being expanded and a section on songwriting resources is being added.

This book will be a terrific resource for musicians, audio producers, filmmakers, pod-casters, web developers, video game creators, multimedia designers, students / teachers and anyone needing or using audio in their productions.

Look for excerpts bonus material and official release announcements right here. To see original post: Click here 

New free bonus content from book: Click here



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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Book Release - A Heads Up.

You probably have notice the blog frequency has been a bit light of lately. I wanted to let all of you know that this is because I have been working on a book project entitled the “Audio Production Resource Guide”.



Who is this guide for?
Musicians, audio producers, podcasters, filmmakers, web developers, video game creators, multimedia designers, students / teachers and anyone that has a need or interest in using audio in their productions.


What is in the guide?
Equipment & software resources, productivity & creativity hacks, audio apps, file management, DIY projects, sound design tips, plug in's and lots more.


Finishing touches are being done and the book should be going live in 4 weeks.


Cover A                           Cover B


 Cover C                           Cover D


How about the cover?

I need your feedback far as the cover is concerned. Let me know which cover layout do you think is the best? How about a background color? Better or worse?




Any suggestions? Get contributor credit:
What expectations would you have on a book of this type? What topics would you expect to see covered? I would be very anxious to hear. Feel free to contact me to make this guide more comprehensive. Any useful suggestions that are used will get you  a contributor credit in the book. 


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me at tripleadudeblogspot@gmail.com.  Use this email link here: Contact Me

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