Archive for Boot Camp 2

Plarm-a-Rama

Plarm-a-Rama

Set a challenge to come up with a format and execute a OB tv project. We stretched ourselves within the confines of this project maximising the available equipment and crew. Equipment (Across multiple performance areas) 7 x sennheiser wireless microphones 4 x Sony NX5 cameras…

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Contact! Radio Drama

Contact! Radio Drama

We created a radio drama from concept to final production. Writing the script, gathering foley, creating sound effects, casting and directing students as actors.

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Dan Myers Interview

Dan Myers Interview

A short interview with Dan Myers about his photography hobby. Interview shot in one location, with b-role shot to break up the interview and highlight some of the points being made in the interview. Shot using a Nikon DSLR and audio recorded on a TASCAM…

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Re-dub – Don’t Look Now

Re-dub – Don’t Look Now

Set a very short turn around time of 3 hours – we were challenged to re-dub a section of the film Don’t Look Now. We managed to partially dub a 4 minute and 20 second portion of the opening sequence of the film. I would…

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Inside the Mind

Inside the Mind

A TV show created to fulfil a brief, working along side students studying on the Performance for Live and Recorded Media Course (PLARM) As a team we created all of the content for the show including titles, set design, filmed VT’s. I was the producer…

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Special Effects Re-dub

Special Effects Re-dub

We were set a quick turn around challenge to re-dub a short 30 second piece of a film. I chose this short part of a film and recreated all the sounds you hear and composed a short piece of music to add to the atmosphere.

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My Favourite Thing

My Favourite Thing

We were set a 6 hour film challenge to create a film about ‘Favourite Things’ Using two Sony NX5’s and a TASCAM DR-60MK2 with two Rode NTG-2 Microphones we set up a recording of Natasha Graham performing Billie Jean as a live acoustic session. Using…

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