From Our New Studio to WNYC in New York

From Our New Studio to WNYC in New York

You’re sure to recognize Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips. We were fortunate to have Wayne as our first live ISDN interview from the new Audio One suite. Wayne was interviewed by Studio 360’s Kurt Anderson from WNYC in New York City. Wayne does a great interview and that’s probably why this session, originally planned for 30 minutes,...

Glad To Be Home

Glad To Be Home

You can’t imagine how good it feels to have this move mostly behind us. Even though Lynn and I feel like we are at the top of our game, we are no spring chickens.  In fact, we’re glad we lived through it! Taking two showers a day for almost three weeks just never really lets the towels dry out and neither did we, but we did make it and...

The Challenge of Shooting a Silent Movie

The Challenge of Shooting a Silent Movie

One of the great things about working in our business is that we constantly get to experience something new. Recently, one of our long-standing clients gave us that opportunity once again. Jody Harlan, Public Information Administrator for the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services, asked us to help produce an informational video done completely in...

Cowboy PSA

Cowboy PSA

It was a big surprise for all the rodeo fans at Ford Center this month when three of their favorite cowboys sudenly filled the big screen talking about using their seat belts. Garman Productions shot the PSA in January and posted it just in time for the PBR’s big shindig February 14th in Oklahoma City’s Ford Center. It was produced by the Oklahoma...

Blu-ray’s Promise Is Still Unfolding

Blu-ray’s Promise Is Still Unfolding

I’m still betting on Blu-ray to be the archive medium for at least the near future. I totally agree with our engineer who says, “Nothing magnetic is archival.” Magnetism fades away all by itself over time, but an optical burn, like Blu-ray, can’t be bulk erased accidentally or just fade away with time. Now, they even offer more storage....