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    Advance Your Career Yourself

    Starter agents can be great, says Secret Agent Man, but never underestimate how much power you hold when it comes to jump-starting your career.

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    The Backstage Guide to Voiceover

    Don't know how to jumpstart your voiceover career? Here's a tip: do it yourself! We've got all the insider advice on how to build your own recording studio, cut your own demo reel, and take great care of your instrument!

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    Why You Need to Do It Yourself

    The truth is that actors are innovators by nature – a core skill is the ability to reinvent yourself and to create a character. But, it is more and more clear that with the changes in technology and the need to search and create opportunity, actors must take the reins of ...

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    How to Build Your Own Recording Booth

    Erin Matthews shows actors how they can build a sound recording studio in their homes!

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    How to Create Your Own Green Screen Effects

    Green screen, or “chroma key compositing,” is a popular special-effects technique used to strip the background of a subject on video or film and replace it with another.

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    6 Steps To Writing a Web Series

    I want to share some “keep it simple stupid” tips used to write my Web series “Parker and Steve: a bromcom."

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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 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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    Crowdfunding the Future of Film and Television

    EarlyShares and Mobcaster are two new crowdfunding platforms that aim to revolutionize the way film and television projects are created, developed, funded, and produced.

  • Advice

    4 Tips for Shooting a Long Take

    Filmmaking is all digital, so you can shoot until your multi-gigabyte-sound-card heart is content. It is a tough trick to pull off well however, so here are a few tips if you are inclined to try it.