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    Learn Your Lines and Create Your Character With Rehearsal 2

    We’ve covered apps to help you with this before, but none to date has been quite as big or feature-packed as Rehearsal 2 (for iOS).

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    How To Make a Music Video

    Here are a few general guidelines you can follow to increase production value and simplify the overall process of making a music video.

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    How To Color Correct Video Footage

    Lighting is incredibly important to filming; however, sometimes you’re going to run into situations where you just can’t control the lighting, whether it’s because you’re in a public place, the weather is bad, or you’re just experiencing technical difficulties.

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    How to Successfully Set Up a DIY Recording at Home

    While recording music in a professional studio will yield the best results, the cost of purchasing studio time can be prohibitively expensive. Thanks to falling equipment prices, high quality recordings can be made from the comfort of your own home for a fraction of the cost of studio time.

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    Memorize Your Lines with the iPhone App LineLearner

    One solution won’t work for everyone, but if you’re the type who learns best by ear, you may want to take a look at (and a listen to) the iPhone app LineLearner.

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    How to Shoot Video Using Natural Light

    Despite the hurdles, if you familiarize yourself with natural light – what it’s all about and how it works – you’re well on the way to capturing some stunning images. So keep your eyes and your mind open. Here are three tips to consider on your next project.

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    Actor Audition App Is An Acting Coach on Your Smartphone

    Can you pack a full class’s worth of acting advice into a single iOS download? L.A.-based coach Scott Sedita seems to think you can and has set out to prove it with his $9.99 Actor Audition App, a largely static collection of useful tips about auditioning ...

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    Advice for Building a Personal Website For Actors

    Building a personal website is vital for marketing yourself and your career. A simple, well-laid-out website serves as a great portal for your work, easily digestible for casting directors, potential employers, and anyone else interested in what you do.

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    How To Set Up a Film Shot

    So whether you're shooting your own short, web series, reel, or audition, here are some questions and tips to make sure the end product is perfect.

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    5 Ways To Market Yourself on Twitter

    Here are five tips for using Twitter to your advantage.