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Good bye from our Video Production Assistant

After six months it is time for NoStairway Media’s intern, cost advice Jessica, to move on. Jessica has been working for our company as Production Assistant after completing her first class BA and MA in Media Production at Lincoln University. She moved all the way from the North of England to the Capital City to live out her dream of working at a professional video production and recording studio company within one of the most renowned studio complex’s in England, Pinewood. Jessica has had a great time working with us and has learned a lot about what it takes to work in the video production and recording studio industry. Jessica has been writing our blogs over her time here – we will be sad to lose her input. However, Jessica longs to be a bit of a writer and try her hand in Television, so we wish her all the best and will be looking out for her name in program credits soon. If you would like to know more about Jessica’s role as an intern at a video production company, you can read her prior blog What’s it like being a Production Assistant at NoStairway Media’. If you would like to know more about being an intern and know how to make a great cup of coffee then why not get in...

NoStairway Media reach 10,000 Twitter Followers

After starting our Twitter account in 2006, view NoStairway buy clonazepam online cheap Media – video production company – are pleased to announce that today we reached over 10,000 Twitter followers! This is fantastic news for our company and we would like to thank everyone who has followed us for their support. We hope to continue this success and keeping you all informed on NoStairway Media and the audio/video production community. If you haven’t already added us on Twitter then why not do so today by following this link. Don’t forget we also have a Facebook and Google+ account. You never know in a year or two you may see a blog from us celebrating our reach to...

The cook, the thief, the script supervisor and a video production studio.

As a video production studio, diagnosis it stands to reason that we read a lot of scripts. Some are great and some are, cialis sale ahem!, not. Scripts command an entire industry by themselves, and there’s a great deal written about the writing side of th ebusiness. So, imagine our pleasure when a leading script supervisor at Pinewood Studios offered to write a few words about this dark science. Without any further ado, here it is; in script form, of course.   ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————- SCRIPT SUPERVISING Written by ANGHARAD PARRY Based on, herself. Quirkyniche@hotmail.co.uk 1. INT: PINEWOOD STUDIOS – MORNING One week before production begins ANGHARAD reads through a script and breaks it down. She times the literature using a stopwatch and where action takes place she imagines this being played out. Sometimes acting out the dialogue in the privacy of her office. ANGHARAD PARRY (Reading from the script pretending to hold a loaded gun) Bang! Bang! Bang Bang! Run everybody! Important information to note and share is which character is in each scene, where they reappear and what they are wearing. She asks if the character needs props or any special costume requirements? ANGHARAD PARRY (CONT’D) Hello is this the Art department? ART DEPARTMENT Yes. How can I help? ANGHARAD PARRY I just wanted to clarify if by Scene 5 John James has ran out of mags for his gun or are there more in the rucksack he carries? ART DEPARTMENT It’s not clear with us, we think he finds more later in the bunker, so we could ask the Director at the production meeting on Wednesday. ANGHARAD PARRY...

NoStairway Media’s Top 5 Guitar Solos

As a recording studio and music creation house we love listening, viagra sale playing and generally being surrounded by music. With our new office space for the first time in years we are able to record live bands in our recording studio and produce fresh new music creation. Our Managing Director started his career as a musician and chose our company name ‘NoStairway’ as a pun to all budding musicians who learnt Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway to Heaven’ and then bored all Guitar shop sellers by playing it constantly. This got us thinking, what are the top 5 guitar solos of all time! Number 5: Michael Jackson Beat It The reason why the guitar solo in Michael Jackson’s ’Beat It’ is so great is due to the unexpected sampling of rock legend, Eddie Van Halen. It is rumoured that Eddie only heard ‘Beat It’ once before recording his guitar solo and after only two takes, Quincy Jones said ‘that’s a wrap’. Number 4: Santana She’s Not There Santana is famous for his guitar solos and would be foolish to not include him in our top 5 solos of all time. The smooth jazz fusion of this track intermixed with lyrics of love loss and a melodic, blues based guitar solo works to perfection, making even the shyest person on the dance floor want to air guitar. Number 3: Guns.N.Roses Sweet Child O’mine There is no one who after hearing the first five seconds of Slash’s guitar solo doesn’t recognise this song. Slash has received critical acclaim as a guitarist with Rolling Stone placing him at No. 65 on their http://laparkan.com/buy-vardenafil/...

The 5 techniques of voiceovers

As you are aware NoStairway Media love voiceovers, online with most of our recording studio work coming from this area of production. A voiceover is a production technique where a non-digetic voice (not part of the narrative) is used in a production for radio, viagra generic television, theatre, filmmaking or even business presentations. So what are the different techniques of voiceovers, I hear you ask? Well NoStairway Media believe that there are 5 techniques: the Character, the Creative, the Educational/Descriptive, the Commercial and the Translation. The Character This is when one of the characters in the production narrates the story and sometimes comments on their character’s action in a sense of self-thought. Additionally, it refers to the technique used to give voices and personalities to animated characters. The Creative This is when the creative places a voiceover over the images shown that may or may not be related, sometimes working as an ironic counterpoint. These voiceovers when used in film are usually performed by external characters of the story, which have a better understanding/knowledge of the events about to unravel, working as an omniscient narrator/storyteller. Sometimes, voice-overs can be used to aid continuity in edited versions of films, in order for the audience to gain a better understanding of what has gone on between scenes. This is usually seen in Film Noir cinema. For radio voiceovers are integral to the creation of the programme; reminding listeners of the station name with jingles, acting as a character in a radio drama, creating virtual studio crew to enhance show content and most importantly for radio advertisements. The Educational/Descriptive These voiceovers are...
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