Jake Ludington to the A/V Rescue
I was browsing the Web recently and came across a video in YouTube by a Mr. Jake Ludington, demonstrating how to make portable recording environment. It was simplicity at its best and would be quite helpful to many pod casters, broadcasters and v.o. folks. One big takeaway from this was that he used a serrated bread knife to cut the soundproofing foam. I have been working with this stuff for years and have yet to come up with a solution that works as well as a simple bread knife. I wish I had known about this years ago.
I then decided to go visit his web site at http://jakeludington.com/ and discovered it is a treasure trove of information for those interested in audio, video, gadgets and lots more. Jake is one clever guy and he shares lots of information for free. He also offers a 200 page download of various audio and video “solutions” for a mere $10. After I post this, I plan on heading back over to his site and plunking down the $10. As far as I’m concerned, the 10 bucks is worth it just for the bread knife tip.
In a world where there are many people saying things that are often not worth listening to, this guy Jake seems to live, breath and poop techie. For a guy like me, it’s a major shortcut to big time solutions.