It's obvious by now that I didn't get a chance to post that newb sound guide. Well, I started working on it that day and I realized it's going to take a bit more time than I had thought. I really want to do it right and try to translate it strictly to layman's terms.
Hi, Wheatgrinder. I saw your questions in the Music Requirements thread about extremely low budget mixing. I was saddened by AudioExpert's rather unimpressive and somewhat condescending response to you. Yes, what he is saying is technically accurate, but not helpful or "inventive," as you rather accurately described it, in the slightest.
I mix in a bedroom on $150 speakers. I've been told BY PROFESSIONALS that my work SOUNDS PROFESSIONAL. Now, sounding professional and actually BEING professional are completely different. What I'm saying is, I am very good at hiding it, so to speak.
I'm in the process of cooking up a post that should be more encouraging and helpful to extremely low budget film makers, as I am one myself. I won't be able to post it soon, but by tonight's end I should have it posted somewhere here whether in the Music Requirements thread or a new thread specifically for zero budget film makers.
thanks It was a fun character.. Iv been in that character off and on all day since.. buggin the heck out of my kids and relatives..
The sped up effect just ads the right touch of crazy to it.. the higher pitched voice etc.. I hadn't planned it that way, but in edit I really liked it. I used After Effects time remapping... with faster bits on the ZOOM OUT and FFWD where Im trying to pull the clip out.