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Guitar Lessons

February 16, 2018

In addition to the Soundgirls.org articles and videos of my dog: I have been editing and recording audio for guitar lessons.

These lessons are filmed and produced at TeraNote Studios. Check it out at Tim Rowe’s Six String Techniques.

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Boom Op Head to Toe

February 14, 2018

http://www.soundgirls.org/boom-op-head-to-toe/

Watch “Pod at Glenburnie” on YouTube

January 30, 2018

I decided to test out a new acquisition: GoPro Hero5 camera. In honor of Warren Miller, I am not taking the story too seriously.

Celebrating Women in Small Town America

January 17, 2018

http://www.soundgirls.org/?p=15232

Inspiration: Stomping with a Bear of a Foot

October 25, 2017

A local band that I absolutely love is in the process of recording their first EP on their own terms. They had a crowd funding event earlier with a promo song that I was lucky enough to record. Bearfoot Monty, if you remember were doubly featured at Bernaroo and just celebrated their one year anniversary. Check ’em out!

Mix: Sound For Film 2017

September 20, 2017

Just got back from LA andMix Magazine’s Sound for Film Event at Sony Pictures Studios, and boy was it a blast!

Tom Holkenborg (aka Junkie XL) was the keynote speaker and kicked off the theme of sound design and soundtrack working together. An example from Junkie XL’s resume is Mad Max: Fury Road where there’s not music in every scene and sometimes even the dialog takes a backseat to music and effects.

New this year was a composer’s lounge which covered cinematic scores as well as video game sound design and documentary soundtracks.

The parade of carts was great as always to learn new location sound tips and cheats, but my favorite panel was of the sound of Game of Thrones (pictures shown above). The Mother of Dragons Paula Fairfield discussed her inspirations for the dragons and the wights. And select scenes from season 7 were shown on the big screen in 7.1 surround.

And now I am back home and buzzing with inspiration!

Looking back – Bernaroo!

August 22, 2017

Move over Bonaroo! Coastal North Carolina has its own music and arts festival. On July 14th after being kissed by rain everyone was dancing in the Isaac Taylor Garden and July 15th they were partying at The Brown Pelican and The City Laundry. Bearfoot Monty opened up promoting their upcoming album.

I danced until my legs threatened to fall off. The vendors and artists also made the atmosphere colorful and inspirational.

Teranote Records was my excuse to join in the fun, so my pictures don’t do it justice.

Here are some places to find more pics: North Carolina Music Zone and GEM Productions (who runs Bernaroo and other local events).

SUPPORT LOCAL MUSIC! Your mind, body, and soul will thank you.