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  1. Michael, Thank you. I use a program called Painter. I also use Photoshop. Painter has great natural brushes. Try their trial down load http://www.painterartist.com/us/product/paint-program/. Have a great day
  2. This is an original digital painting that I created.
  3. We have come a long way. SoundRec1943_512kb.mp4
  4. Take it from someone who spent two years on the flight deck. WATCH YOUR ASS AND THEN WATCH YOUR ASS AGAIN!!!
  5. Jeff I need to re sign in every time I go to page. When I do it says the password is wrong. Then I go through the forgot password process, set a new password, It works for a while and then the next day it makes me go throught the whole process again. Am I the only one having this problem? Thanks Jeff and have a great day, John Lifavi
  6. Legendary audio engineer Joseph Grado died on Friday at age 90. The second-generation Italian immigrant founded Grado Labs — which is now known for its headphones — but when Joseph Grado ran the company it was about one thing: phonograph cartridges. Grado is credited with inventing the stereo moving-coil cartridge, and he held over 48 patents. To turntable laymen, the cartridge is the "needle" assembly — it's responsible for converting the analog grooves in the vinyl into an electric signal, and is key to the sound quality. Legendary headphones made on a quiet Brooklyn street Before entering the high-end audio business, Grado was a watchmaker who worked for Tiffany & Co. In 1953, he started making phono cartridges on the kitchen table, and two years later he took over his father's Brooklyn grocery store and turned it into a factory. That modest three-story building on a quiet street in Sunset Park is still the company's home today — many of its products are handmade under that roof. While Joseph Grado spent most of his life creating devices that could reproduce music, in 1981 his dream to sing Italian opera on the big stage came true. He performed as a tenor at the prestigious Lincoln Center in New York City, and was quite good at it, according to The New York Times. "There was a grace and delicacy in the quieter moments of Mr. Grado's singing," reads a review from the time, "and an attractive richness when he ventured to sing out." In the late ‘80s, towards the end of his run at the company, Grado and his nephew, John, produced some of the very first high-end headphones to hit the market. Joseph retired in 1990 when he sold Grado Labs to John Grado. He and his son, Jonathan, run the company today.
  7. JB Weld will fix anything as good as new.
  8. Eric That scene always brings back memories of my time as a Plane captain on the Kitty Hawk off of Vietnam. John Lifavi
  9. Craigslist is really entertaining! Looking for Sound Recordist, Grips, Hair & Make-Up (Glendale) compensation: California Minimum Wage $9.00 Plus Overtime Deferred Episodic Comedy Series With Great Cast & Crew Shooting On Stage for Four Days. (8 Hours or Less Each Day) Small Cast, Experience Crew and Great Attitudes All Around.
  10. Sound guy for Film <> © craigslist - Map data © OpenStreetMap (google map) (yahoo map) Do you need a sound guy for your next film, web series, demo reel? Of course you do. Affordable rates for Amazing sound quality. - Equipment list - Mics: Sennheiser MKH 50 Microphone Rode NTG-3 Precision RF-Biased Shotgun Microphone 2 - Sennheiser ew 100 ENG G3 Wireless Microphone Recorder: Zoom Audio Recorder Accessories: Boom pole Rode Blimp Windshield (for clean exterior audio on windy days)
  11. I did Connect my headphone directly to the camera and it was still there. I have worked on two other shoots with different F3's and they all had the same problem. I did backup to a separate recorder and as I said the camera audio and the backup did not have the noise. John
  12. Did a shoot with the Sony F3 and the audio return had a hum in it that does not show up on the recording. I know it isnt my cable because it does not happen with the return from any other camera. Has anyone else ever had this happen withe the F3? Thanks, John
  13. This is pretty cool..... Somebody had a lot of fun with this. Most of the people in the video were deceased before the Bee Gees recorded “Stayin’ Alive.” Whether you are a Bee Gees or old musicals fan or not...you are going to like this. A great job of putting clips together with the music. It is a great marriage of 40's dancing and late 70's music. Enjoy. CLICK HERE AND ENJOY! http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=mz3CPzdCDws Subject: Rita Hayworth and the Bee Gees
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