I’ve learned so much from the various forums, my VoiceOver colleagues and my teachers. I’ve wondered what can I bring to the party.
Well, I’ve been experimenting with my little BlackBerry phone’s video function, and discovered that not only can I have fun making videos but they can be posted on the major sites like Vimeo or YouTube. So since I have a little knowledge about editing gained from my experience with gigs and auditions, I thought I’d pass this on for beginners to recording – be they voice artists, podcasters, small businesspeople, etc.
I hope it’s useful and answers a few simple questions for someone who might be in “scratch head” mode with their Sony software!
Read a brilliant post by blogger Seth Godin ( http://sethgodin.typepad.com/ )on how, and I quote,
“Self sufficiency appears to be a worthy goal, but it’s now impossible if you want to actually get anything done.
All our productivity, leverage and insight comes from being part of a community, not apart from it.
The goal, I think, is to figure out how to become more dependent, not less.”
I think it’s most important to choose your friends well. I’m very happy that I’ve met some wonderful friends in voiceover and other circles. Their help and encouragement has been invaluable. You can find many of their blogs and groups on the right hand side of my blog page.
The best of luck and blessings to all my wonderful “online” and “real world” friends!