THINGS AIN’T WHAT THEY USED TO BE (IN FILM) Imagine you are a film director back in the 1930s or 1940s. You are probably going to be a man, as let’s face it, equality […]
Size Matters We’re constantly persuaded that it doesn’t of course, but when David Croft, Soundstage Studio’s founder and owner decided to expand the size of Studio 2 to a whopping 11.5 metres by 12.5 […]
Obsession – Fire Stand facing the front entrance to Soundstage Studios in North West London, narrow your eyes a little and it’s possible, just possible, to imagine you’re standing outside the entrance to one […]
Visual Effects in Film – A Potted History It’s probably true to say that there are those working in the film industry today who cannot remember a time before Chroma key was in use. What […]
Noise On Set: Don’t Fix It In The Shrinkwrap It was the late Frank Zappa who shone a light upon the music industry’s growing trend for ignoring recording problems and expecting the mix engineer […]
Green Screens – Back to Basics It is possible – likely even – that if you’ve found our website you already know about, have used, have come to know intimately or have even […]
What a Sound Engineer Really Does The unsung hero of the recording studio. It’s all in a day’s work at Soundstage Studios.
The Art of Film Editing: What Gets The Chop? The very best directors have a comprehensive understanding of the film editing process. It’s not just about what they leave on the cutting room floor. […]