Click to tweet this article to your friends and followers! Scott Myers K-9, Alaska, Trojan War In my ongoing quest to make my sci-fi scripts the best they can possibly be — and help you do the same — I reached out to Scott Myers to get his take on the best way to break into the sci-fi market as well as his perspective on places where he commonly sees sci-fi specs falling flat. He was kind enough to do this interview with me on the subject.
September 19Wow! We will notify these five winners later this week and then update this page with their names once they have confirmed. So, with that - take it away Steve! You must remember - This music was recorded, mixed, and mastered back then I guess they have finally come home to where they started I'm very excited to hear that the remastered album is being released on vinyl!
What difference in sound quality will I notice most? It always was a dance of time per side verses best level and best fidelity Overall I really love the sound of Vinyl CD's have always been a bit harsh on the high end due to the digital medium.
The difference is a personal one but I prefer Vinyl because it seems to be very Sonically Friendly!
It made me wonder, out of all the live shows that you've done, do you have a favorite song or show that sticks out or is special to you?
When creating albums with Journey or on your own, did you spend a lot of time on the sequencing of the songs and the side of the album they were on? The sequencing is so important The GH2 took 5 different sequences to arrive at the final one.
It's easier when it's a new group of songs all written, recorded, mixed and mastered in the same time frame because they are in the same moment and time BUT The sonic variables were huge I've seen the M49 mike popping up in videos. Do you still track with it?
What are your other must have pieces of gear other than your pipes! BTW- I love how your tone has gotten richer and fuller over the years. I've been using my M49 a lot lately for all my demos. The older recordings were a blend of 67's and 87's BUT-- I think the biggest difference is that no matter what mike it was-- I learned early how to Work the mike and not have to over compress it The high end clarity will go away fast with too much compression So pulling back for loud moments and moving in for softer ones is a head phone listening thing that will serve you well when ya listen back Then listen close to what you're still missing and go again.
Is there a chance that any of the other Journey albums such as Trial By Fire with your wonderful voice on them will be produced in the vinyl format as well?Solaris (Russian: Солярис, tr.
Solyaris) is a Soviet science fiction film based on Stanisław Lem's novel of the same name published in The film was co-written and directed by Andrei Tarkovsky. The film is a meditative psychological drama occurring mostly aboard a space station orbiting the fictional planet Solaris.
The scientific mission has stalled because the skeleton crew. August 15, Steve Perry's new album Traces will be released October 5, !Pre-order now.
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Years ago, I disappeared. There were many reasons, but mainly. How to Use Music to Write Better Screenplays. that you need to go on that inspired writing sprint where — before you know it — you’ve suddenly written twenty amazing pages. If you’re writing an intense action sequence with many gears of action and suspense going at the same time.
"William C. Martell is the Robert Towne of made for cable movies," (Washington Post reviewer) David Nuttycombe. How many writers of screenwriting books make their living actually writing and selling screenplays?
All action sequences must have a beginning, middle, and end. Watch all of the great ones and you'll see this is true.
As the action sequence continues, so must the conflict, the emotion, the tension, the suspense, and finally, to an excellent or brutal ending. The writing workshop/lecture Wonderbook: Scenes is an edited version, using as its starting point the transcript of a version presented at the Arkansas Book Festival in Both before that event and after, I gave versions of this lecture in other locations, including Shared Worlds, Clarion, and the .