My Setup For Recording Narration & More

Podcast Video Recording Microphone Setup

I create a lot of audio content between my day job and the many projects I work on. Most of that audio is narration and sometimes I’m recording my screen at the same time and other times I’m reading from a script. When I started out recording audio I didn’t do it very often and…

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My In-Depth Walkthrough Of Missinglettr (Video & Post)

Social Media on a Mobile Phone

In case you’ve never heard of Missinglettr before, it’s a social media sharing tool that makes it easy to share unique content promoting your’s and other’s blog content. I’ve been using Missinglettr for several years now along with many other social media sharing tools and it’s by far the most unique and valuable social media…

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Move Forward

Move Forward

Progress can seem like a scary thing sometimes. It can mean that the things we’re comfortable with are suddenly pulled out from under us. A world which everything is familiar can suddenly become a world we look around in and don’t recognize anything. Of course we all feel like this about something, but often not…

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Are You Appy?

Do You Need a Mobile App, Web App, or Mobile Website?

There are many questions that come up when deciding on what type of mobile solution is needed for an organization. I’m not going to cover them all or else I’d be writing a novel. The question I want to cover is whether to app or not. What I mean by this is the two major…

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Smartwearables (vs?) Smartphone

Google Glass

Everywhere I look these days there’s news about wearable computing. Wearable computers are those mini computers that attach to you somehow. In the current form that includes Google Glass and smart watches, I mostly mention Google Glass in this post. Is Wearable Computing Really Our Future? Yes, and no. It’s in our future, but it’s…

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Flexible HTML5 With Edge Animate

Flexible Bars

[box type=”note”]Caution! View at your own risk if you are prone to seizures.[/box] I wanted a quick project to test out a how Adobe Edge Animate can work with flexible design and therefore responsive design. With the release of Edge Animate CC, it was the perfect opportunity to explore the new features and create something…

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Flash is Dead (Well, Sort Of)

HTML5

Although I do not believe for a moment Flash is truly dead, I do believe that Steve Jobs had it right. Check out his thoughts on Flash. Flash was a great tool when it was king, and it remains a great tool… for a PC. I do a lot of my animation development with Flash, and…

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Work from high to low and clean that audio up

If you want the best possible audio when working with voice over, it’s important to record as cleanly as possible. Often overlooked is the post-recording process. If you have a high quality recording, there’s still some improvements to be made. Perform these two tips for the highest quality: Always work with the highest quality audio…

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Adobe Edge Animate

I just today updated the home page on my site with an HTML5 animation. I’ve been working on it time permitting for a while now but was unsuccessful in finding the time until today. I haven’t explored HTML5 much until Edge Animate, but I must say with this particular applications simplicity, it seems to have a bright…

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