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Bonemud wrote:Hi Zhug!
One question for ya. What is your favorite source for sound effects and musical tracks? Or is it just a library you've built up over years and years that has come from all over the place?
Ailiya wrote:Hey Pat
Your last post actually touched on my last concern. I have 2 projects in development. I did research a bit into using music for a show open. Problem I found is due to it being more a legal issue most people keep it vague in their responses. I read somewhere about a creative commons license or ability to use portion of material as long as it is unmodified or the creator/author/composer is credited.
So since you mentioned it above in terms of legality and permission say I wanted to use pieces of music, from soundtracks, which fit thetheme of my shows. what advice would you give? Contact the picture studio which released the movies/tv show I.e (Disney, bad robot) ? Or the composer I.e Michael giaquino, hans zimmer, Trevor Rabin.? Or their respective agents/law representitives?
I know the composers are popular so I'd personally like to avoid legal issues, but some of their pieces would work well. The whole written expressed permission, still around today?
Any advice/help you can give would be... well... helpful...
Thank you again and happy holidays to you, yours, and the whole CTR community.
Wyrmfang wrote:Hi Zhug;
I am new to raiding and have had no luck getting a perm raid team Part of the problem is I live on the west coast and work M-F until 5 (8 eastern) I play a lot on weekends but while I have pugged Flex 13/14 and normals 8/14 I am worried I have missed the boat this expac. I am a warrior and I love melee but it is hard to compete with heroic melee in the guild for raid spots. I check the raid forums regularly but many raid times don't match my availability or teams are on heroic now and don't want a new raider. should I call it for MoP? I really want at least a flex Garrosh kill but no flex groups are on by the time I get home from work, do household chores and get online.
Do you think the start of a new expac will be a better time to join a raid team? Or is my play style too casual to raid?
Hoome wrote:Hey Zhug I'm new to ctr, but have enjoyed the podcast since it was just a segment on aie. My question is about voice over work. How on earth does one get started? Forever I've thought doing voice over would be a blast and while I've dabbled very conservatively doing narration on a few YouTube videos, I'd really like to put more into it and potentially land some paid work.
For the purposes of this question assume I have appropriate equipment and reasonable talent (I'm not suggesting the latter is necessarily true, but want to keep the question focused). What do I do to put myself out there?
Thanks! And thanks for orchestrating this awesome community; I am loving it here so far!
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