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ASK JOE - January 2010 CBS ISDN Session
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What mic are you using in the video?
"Hi Lynnanne...when I'm at Fox or CBS or any other network, we "see" the spot while we're reading to it. When I'm ISDN and doing a network spot we are only "hearing" the spot. The stopwatch isn't for timing the individual lines that I'm reading. I use the stopwatch to keep track of my total time from from the top of the spot to the end. I need to leave about 10 frames at the end of the spot. So on a :30 promo...I have to be "OUT" by 29 seconds and 20 frames. We leave 10 frames free at the end of the spot so that my last word isn't clipped. Sometimes when you're watching a promo on TV you may hear the end of the spot sound like this..."TONIGHT ON CB..." or "TONIGHT ON FAH" (instead of FOX) :-) That's what happens if you don't leave 8 to 10 frames clear at the end. GOOD QUESTION!!"
The above was my conversation with God yesterday as I watched the video...
Congratulations on such sweet success...May that trickle my way someday soon.
Are you reading to picture there or just sound?
I was just at the studio today with George Whittam and we were planning where the acoustic panels will be going in the room. George agreed to join me in a future ASK JOE segment where we will answer some of these questions about the studio design.
Thanks again for your kind words.
That was really cool. Now you recorded that for us to see, but is there video feed to the other end in the session as well?
Thanks for the awesome stuff!
I love guys like you that aren't afraid to do something out of the ordinary to pull off a job! Many don't realize that most modern car interiors are quieter and better acoustically than the average home office.
Thanks for the insight into your world!