Directed by : Laura Archibald * Narrated by : Susan Sarandon
Here are some of the first reviews of the film.
Greenwich Village: Music That Defined A Generation will be showing at the IFC Center in The Village ( 323 Sixth Avenue at West Third Street, NYC ).
You may have read in an earlier post that I performed and recorded music for this film. Well, after that job I was asked to remix the entire film; And i did! :-) Please hear it for yourself in the village in NYC. Follow the link below for show times.
Well it's that time of year where we at the OurSQL podcast let it all hang out and share the good, the bad, and the hilarious moments from our weekly production sessions. OurSQL is a technical podcast, however you need not know anything about databases to enjoy this show. See links below. :-D
In 2012 I performed and recorded 10 guitar tracks for a film called GREENWICH VILLAGE: MUSIC THAT DEFINED A GENERATION. I'll be in NYC this Saturday for the premiere and I can't wait... I'm very excited!
Directed by Laura Archibald
Narrated by Susan Sarandon
This is a film I worked on this year that I'm very excited about. See you there.
GREENWICH VILLAGE: MUSIC THAT DEFINED A GENERATION - 4:30 PM, Sat. Nov. 10, 2012
Expected to Attend: Laura Archibald, Pete Seeger, Lucy Simon, Special Guests,
So last week in the midst of all the craziness, my car broke down nearly 150 miles from home. The tow cost almost as much as the repair and the repair was pretty major. Sheesh. Let's hope that was the beginning of the end of craziness for a while.
I have to wrap up a film project and of course do my regular day gig stuff this week , but next week I should be back on the Simple Reminders project. Until then, I raise my glass of morning tea to Crazy. For all the adventure it brings to my life and to congratulate it's victory over my time once again.
In the last two weeks it's been my pleasure to work with Darcy Kuronen, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and Alisa Nakashian-Holsberg recording a historical Glass Armonica from the MFA collection. The recording will be part of an audio companion to MFA Highlights Musical Instruments and is also soon to be released as an eBook.
Software Based Recording
* If recording with audacity or other audio software, be sure to turn all other programs off if possible. Usually a browser with GoogleDocs is OK as long as your browser isn't doing a lot of background stuff. Use your least used browser if possible. Be sure to make this a requirement for your guests.
* Be sure you turn off your computer Sound Effects for production. Macintosh: System Preferences / Sound /
'Play user interface sound effects'.