I’m a former television and radio journalist. I’ve won some awards for my video production, including my Documentary DVD, “Lost Towns of the Pine Barrens, Vol. I ” I’ve taught Mass Communications courses at a local college. My day job is as a one person video production department at a state agency. I also play tenor saxophone as a hobby.

This website is an attempt to give something back. I’ve learned alot in my time in the media, and I still have a lot to learn as this industry changes faster than one could believe. But, I will share what I know. Please feel free to drop me an email if you have questions about anything specific. As the title suggests, this website is about video, audio, music and more. Enjoy.

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  1. Yeah…and the ranks grow! Found you through teachj and love your list of how to write a good story

  2. Yeah…and the ranks grow! Found you through teachj and love your list of how to write a good story
    +1

  3. Thanks for the great tips on your site, Bill

    You recommended to have a look at the Magix Pro Video X4. Seems to be a great tool and able to replace my camtasia for screen casting. Do you know of any decent 3rd party tutorials / online trainings for the X4? Lynda.com carries trainings for avid but no for magix.

  4. Rudolf, glad you find them helpful. I’m still using VPX 2.5. Jay Michael did produce a series a few years back on it’s little brother Movie Edit Pro. I don’t know if they are still available. Magix has some tutorials available here Video Pro X4 tutorials There is a MEP users group on facebook,where users will help with specific questions. https://www.facebook.com/mepusers I know I barely scratch the surface with what it can do, but it satisfies my needs. Hope that helps.

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