Summer 2014 is in the books, and while it was a down year for Hollywood, there were plenty of hits (and bombs) to talk about! Screen Junkies assembled a panel to break everything down and announce the winner of their box office contest.
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RØDE’s original VideoMic founded the on-camera microphone category, and now the Stereo VideoMic X takes it to an entirely new level.
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The RØDE Stereo VideoMic X is the ultimate in stereo on-camera recording.
Duct tape usually devolves into a hot nasty mess and should be avoided… but sometimes it’s all you got – here’s a nifty trick of keeping that sticky off your cables when using duct tape to wrap your cables.
Although students have already back in the classroom, we’ll always give Marty a pass – here Martin Scorsese returns to his alma mater (NYU) to deliever a message to newly graduated film students
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How many times does the chorus repeat in your favorite song? How many times have you listened to that chorus? Repetition in music isn’t just a feature of Western pop songs, either; it’s a global phenomenon. Why? Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis walks us through the basic principles of the ‘exposure effect,’ detailing how repetition invites us into music as active participants, rather than passive listeners.