The “Log Cabin” combines the ease and efficiency of digital technology with a Pro Tools HD Accel system, to the proven warmth and musicality of a best-of-breed 72-channel analog mixing console, complete with classic outboard gear and the latest plugins. A self-contained studio complete with a spacious live room, isolated drum booth, lounge, and kitchen, The Log Cabin is a producer’s, artist’s, and engineer’s dream studio.
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Richie Faulkner, Rob Halford, and Glenn Tipton sit down with Jim Florentine at The Log Cabin Recording Studio in New York City to talk about their upcoming album.
The singer will also light up another venue — the small screen — when she chats with TODAY’s Matt Lauer in a special called “Me. I Am Mariah.” In a short clip from that special, Carey and Cannon talked a little more about their home life, and it seems Cannon is as on board with domesticity as Carey.
“It truly is a family,” said Cannon. “It doesn’t matter what goes on outside of our household. As long as everything inside is tight and we enjoy it and embrace that union, and that foundation that we’ve built.”
“Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse” will be available May 27. “Me. I Am Mariah” on NBC airs on May 31 at 8 p.m.
NEW YORK – (DGIwire) — Creating corporate videos can be intimidating because of how important they can be for improving an organization’s image—or not. The good part is, whatever it is that makes them unique and great, an engaging corporate video has the power to truly distinguish a company or organization. The bad part? Many struggle to grasp the audience they desire to reach—whether customer, trainee or prospective partner—and further struggle to capture the culture and essence of their business.
Done right, a corporate video can surprise, intrigue and even captivate viewers. Here are five tips for better corporate videos provided by Marvin Williams, Director of Video Engineering and Operations at Manhattan Center Productions, an independently run, in-demand television production and music recording facility in New York City: Continue reading “Five Lessons for Making a Better Corporate Video” »