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We have upgraded our Final Cut Pro / Premiere Pro suite with a Panasonic 42″ Plasma TV and a Matrox MXO2 LE for client preview. This allows us to preview our content, both HD and SD on a high quality display in all its HD glory.

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NHRB_LogoMike LaShore came to Triple E and Paul Del Vecchio at the recommendation of Jim Hair, a professional cameraman working in NY. Hair has worked on many movies, commercials, and music videos. He has worked with everyone from Mariah Carey to Zack Snyder (Director of 300,Watchmen).

LaShore has put together a band called THE UNATTENDED, which has a punk-pop/alternative rock sound. THE UNATTENDED has recorded tracks at the world class MUSIC PALACE in WEST HEMPSTEAD, NY. Triple E was there to capture it all, with Triple E’s Paul Del Vecchio directing the pilot.

NHRB4“Their music is hot!” exclaims LaShore, who found THE UNATTENDED through a demo that was passed to him. “They have many hits on their album, not just one.” LaShore started THE NEXT HOT ROCK BAND in order to show viewers that it takes hard work and dedication to make it in the music business.

NHRB3“Most people think you just go in, play the songs a few times, and it’s done. That’s most definitely not the case when it comes to recording an album. You sit there for hours analyzing and dissecting each part, each instrument, until it’s perfect. We just spent over 3 hours getting the sound right on the kick drum alone,” says Paul Del Vecchio, who is serving as Director and Producer on the show.

The process is a bit lengthy, as each member of the group plays their parts individually. Then, they all get layered on top of each other. “Complications come into play when the producer – in this case, Mike Angelo – hears two conflicting parts . Mike just told the band that the drums were conflicting with the vocals. This is something that you may not hear when you’re playing live, but when you’re in a recording session with a professionally trained ear, it’s as clear as day,” says LaShore.

NHRB2“Mike came to me because he wanted quality on a small budget. Given the financial limitations, we were then able to make the necessary cuts and adjustments in order to make this happen,” says Del Vecchio.

The website for the band/show will be up soon. Stay tuned and we’ll be sure to let you know when that becomes available.

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Episode 2 – Behind the Scenes for *69, a feature length thriller/mystery with horrific elements. We cover old film effects, color correction (color grading) and how we saved time and money by doing pre-visualization in order to figure out what we wanted before we went to the final VFX artist.

We also took the time to answer some of your comments! Keep the comments coming! We want to know what you’re thinking!

**NOTE: For the BEFORE AND AFTER SHOTS, the BEFORE is ON TOP, the AFTER is ON THE BOTTOM.

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That’s right guys! Here is the first episode of the Behind the Scenes for the upcoming feature film “*69” from Director Elke Blasi. In this episode, we cover the Visual FX on a possession scene, I go on a rant about cough syrup, and we ask for your opinion on one of the Visual FX so please leave a comment and let us know which one is your favorite!

Remember, please leave a comment and let us know which Visual Effect variation you like best!

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Trple E’s Paul Del Vecchio is working on a new feature film with Director Elke Blasi. It’s called “*69” and Paul will be working on the pre-viz VFX and tightening up the edit. He is also in the Associate Producer role.

The film is a complex supernatural thriller/suspense/mystery film and is sure to scare the crap out of you while completely engrossing you in its amazingly tight, interwoven story. Trust us, this film is going to be incredible.

Head over to www.PaulDVBlog.com for some Behind the Scenes!

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