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What Should You Look For In A Good Mastering Engineer?


It ís just plain criminal Mastering studios that take your hard-earned money and then give you mastered tracks worse or no better than the original mix! You see, good mastering is balancing act. Because as soon as you adjust one part of the audio track (such as boost loudness), then several other factors change as well. When looking for a mastering engineer, there are 5 important qualities you should look for: 1. Experience. You want somebody who knows what to listen for and what to do when a mistake is noticed. Each type of music has its unique quirks that takes hundreds of working hours discover them all. Additionally, the engineer should have experience with your medium (such …

Interview with ‘Jade Tailor’/ Hollywood Connections Center


 Jade Tailor is an American film and television actress. She was born in Hollywood, California to diverse parents. Her mother, a Holistic Nutritionist of Western European and Native American descent. Her father, an Israeli born businessman who once acted in the Special Forces I.D.F. Jade showed a passion for the arts at a very young age. She studied acting, singing, music, and dance throughout her young life, attending a predominantly performing arts based high school. After graduating, she moved to New York City to continue her studies. Shortly there after she began her professional career in both the Theater as well as Independent Films. She later returned to Los Angeles to continue her …

Good Drama Keeps You Guessing


The difficulties and the intricacies of relationships of life provide the material for dramatic productions of all kinds, and we're all introduced to drama at a very young age. Comedy makes us laugh, but the drama of the stories of our childhood make us better, stronger, and better able to handle life as it really is rather than the way we wish it was. When your mom or dad first read you the story of a lost puppy or fairy tales like "The Three Little Pigs," you were experiencing drama. We suffered WITH the little lost puppy and felt his fear. When he was found, we experienced his relief at danger being overcome and the joy of reunion. That's drama. When we heard the story of the three lit …

Working on TV or Film Set | Tips & Advice


Working on TV or Film Set | Tips & Advice Any opinions, advice, tips, statements, services, offers, or other information or content expressed by third parties, including information providers or users of the Site, are those of the respective author(s) or distributor(s) and not of Hollywood Connections Center. Neither Hollywood Connections Center nor any third-party provider of information guarantees the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any content, nor its merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. In many instances, the content available through the Site represents the opinions and judgments of the respective user or information provider not under contract with Hol …

Interview with ‘Allison Vanore’


Allison Vanore is an award winning independent film and indie television producer who was born and raised in Wall, New Jersey. She resides in Los Angeles, CA but works in both LA and NY areas. Allison's recent producing endeavors include popular branded series, Lookbook: The Series, original series PAWDCasts (which she also directs), feature film, 42 Seconds of Happiness, and feature horror comedy, Love in the Time of Monsters. Past award winning projects include: original series Anyone But Me, Cost of Capital, SOLO The Series, and feature films, Hopelessly in June and Office Ninja. In festivals now: Of Teaching Killer Whales Compassion, Office Ninja, and A Boy's Life. Allison also produce …

Questions Storytellers Need To Ask Themselves


Who am I and why would someone hire me? Can I work a crowd? Can I work in any weather environment? What do I have to offer a festival or event? Can I be flexible enough to fit the needs of the audience? Can I be a team player? Will I be our partner to the producer? Will I promote the festival or event? Do I have any "non negotiable" points? Am I fun and enjoyable to be around? Am I comfortable around kids, animals, the elderly, etc.? Am you available for picture taking with audience? Autographs? Above all, can I be at the festival or event on time!!!?   Asking yourself these 12 simple questions can help you to decide if you want to perform at certain events or if you …

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