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a revised look

For an audio guy, I hang out with some very talented visual specialists. Recently, I asked Anna to photograph our team… (including herself).
I am over the moon with the images of my whole crew and am stoked with my new look too.

USQ OALT – Digital Learning Innovation – Digital Learning Audio & Video team.

huge respect to the visual storytellers in my life…
Anna SingletonKatie FinnDavid MartinelliCindy LaineHakan Nedjat

booth revision

For the past couple of years I’ve been using the CEntrance R4 audio interface in the booth and on the road. I’d been using the original CEntrance MicPortPro for many years, then the R4 replaced it – Clean pres with plenty of dynamic range, very clean phantom power and absolutely well built. When recently the R4S (Studio model without battery) was on sale – I decided to purchase a second unit. (One for the booth, one for mobile.) I also decided to splash out on a new set of headphones for Vo work – CEntrance Cerene db. It’s nice to have such a good set of headphones in the booth – controlled natural, transparent sound.

the 309 road



The photo is a bit of a private joke; mainly within my own head… but that’s why it holds such a special place in my NZ story.

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the branding

I don’t really understand this one; but the branding started in a simple email like this…

Hey Ed,
The story is, I’ve been doing some work remotely, into a place in New Zealand called Whitianga.
Te Whitianga o Kupe – meaning Kupe’s crossing place… Kupe being a great Polynesian navigator… i was thinking ocean-fish-canoe …all having Polynesian and Māori symbols…see what you can come up with.

’twas a typically bleak Melbourne morning when I received an interpretation of a place I had never been to… carved upon my skin by a Polynesian artist I truely respect.

May 9, 2019