Seven minute video produced by Guiding Eyes for the Blind that show and tells what is involved in raising guide dog pups and the statisfaction one feels when they go on to succeed as living partners for visually impaired people – as heard in the ending song in this video by Katie Scott, Song for VanDyke.
A must see video for every music lover, lover of humanity, and lover of God’s gifts, in this video Wintley Phipps tells the story behind the song Amazing Grace and ends with soul winning applause.
What started as a client thread with request to produce some lead-in copy for this video of Red Skelton’s Pledge of Allegiance in 1969, ended with reminder of how good leadership is not easy and at a minimum should be given a W-Rating.
Producing quality business audio online delivery requires balancing file size with compression quality and here Chuck Scott shares an example of how mono wins, then shares some thoughts about importance of sonic branding and creating your own sonic bug.
Legendary audio recording engineer Elliott Scheiner (Beck, The Eagles, Steely Dan, Van Morrison, Fleetwood Mac, Natalie Cole, Bruce Hornsby, plus others) spoke at East Coast Music Mall (Danbury, Connecticut) about his rock record producing experience and take on the music industry today.
Hundred year-old Cathederal faces modern water damage issue from old-iron interior wall pipes and in this video, Saint Patrick Bridgeport Pastor Father Chip recounts the story of how they tracked down the leaks – plus offers a wonderful history of how this grand building came into being.
The video clip below is a project I participated with in early January 2008. I did the filming for the opening company (RAM) and the last company (RealTraps) but did not do the other companies inbetween (e.g., Painting, Fiberglass) but my camera was used for all the shooting. Ethan Winer did the editing, music, narration, […]
Guess who was featured in the January 17th Arts and Leisure Section – yours truly 🙂 Sorry no time to create text version but I did create this jpg version that you can read here. As an fyi, I thought Fran Sikorski did an awesome job in looping the Dec 11th CoolTea Songwriting event, Frankie […]
Chuck Scott shoots video of robotic laser welder in action at a Connecticut metal fabrication company – coolest part is 8 minutes and 30 seconds into the clip.
For those of you who Santa delivered a Windows Vista machine, be sure to checkout this clip and my recommendation is to return your machine, get your money back, get a new machine with WinXP or maybe jump ship and get a MAC … ho ho ho!
A delightful account of witnessing a healing mass in Ridgefield Connecticut conducted by Roy Henderson.
Processing international credit cards via traditional merchant gateway is very expensive and this account explains why and also points to benefits of global standards.
[tab:About Tele-Vision] About Tele-Vision I’m happy to announce that Ethan Winer has just gone live with his latest video and DVD release. Tele-Vision is an orchestral rock video by Ethan Winer that follows on the heels of his wildly acclaimed, “A Cello Rondo” – a video that has received critical acclaim and has exceeded over […]
[tab:About this Audio Project] About this Audio Project and Voice-Over It started when the client handed me some text for their upcoming event with contact information but nothing else, yet wanted to see if I could create an audio clip that would add interest for said event to post on their site. Thus Katie and […]
An example by Chuck Scott of scoring a meditation that features Father Chip from Saint Patrick’s going back in time 2000 years ago to Good Friday when Jesus was dying on the cross on Calvary Hill.
Two audio clips of Don Ho’s Tiny Bubbles showing before and after audio restoration from cassette tape.
A ten-minute heart-warming video featuring “the rainbow generation” enjoying a Bible Camp week at Saint Patrick’s church along with background on production and pursuit of storytelling arch – enjoy!
Brief History of Copyrights – Why the Grateful Dead and Dave Mathews Band Get It and Why Our Founding Fathers Would Spit On The Black Rat
Chuck reflects on the current Intellectual Property landscape and laments that the most trusted people in this department, like USA Constitutional author Thomas Jefferson, had it right back with Article 1, Section 8 and Article 27 – 1 … but oh, how money corrupts and confirms the golden rule – in that those with the gold rule. Well, seemingly that is as today’s content creator has new open source options available.
In this 35 minute interview, Howard Bloom covers a wide spectrum of topics including: Enron executives not welcomed at country clubs, growth of Institutional record industry via Warner and CBS, what it means and why capitalism should be reinvented, the power of capitalism in that the miracle fabric of kings is now available to the poorest people on the planet, plus much more.
Masayoshi Son, founder of The Softbank Corporation, shares his secret on how to make big dreams become realities, including going from two employees to two hundred million dollars per day – now that’s Big!