The Digital Convergence Podcast: Creating Art With Digital Media
The Digital Convergence Podcast - the talk show about creating art with digital media. Carl Olson covers topics about video and digital filmmaking, and post-production. He talks about how new cameras, gear, and software are changing the way visual artists, photographers, filmmakers and content producers work. The DCP features DSLR video, photography, time-lapse photography, HDR photography, video editing, motion graphics, audio, new media production and post-production.

Josh Izenberg of Big Young Films, talks about his award winning documentary SLOMO. The film is about Dr. John Kitchin, who, depressed and frustrated with his life, abandons his career as a neurologist and moves to Pacific Beach. There, he undergoes a radical transformation into SLOMO, trading his lab coat for a pair of rollerblades.

Direct download: DCP-129.mp3
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Chris Fenwick chats with Carl Olson about attending NAB 2014.

Direct download: DCP-128.mp3
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Carl Olson and Chris Fenwick talk about the editing process and how the story reveals itself. Also discussed - money, deadlines, and managing customer expectations.

Direct download: DCP-127-1-15-2014.mp3
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In this episode Chris Fenwick - the host of the digitaCINEMAcafe and the FCPX Grill podcasts - returns to the DCP. We talk about YouTube, restoring vinyl audio with Adobe Audition, are synthesizers destroying film and TV soundtracks, and we geek out on Mean Time Between Failure stats on hard drives.

Direct download: DCP-126-12-31-2013.mp3
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Gabe Cheiftetz returns to the Digital Convergence Podcast to talk about a new venture that the CrumplePop gang have been working on - the creation of the premium slider Trost - perhaps one of the strong, smoothest, and most versatile camera motion sliders on the market today.

Direct download: DCP-125-12-30-2013.mp3
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This episode features Brian Mulligan - senior editor of WTHR-TV located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Brian is known as the go-to expert of Autodesk's Smoke. We talk about getting into broadcasting, education, his workflow for editing under tight deadlines, and why Smoke is the right post-production platform for his broadcast work.

Direct download: DCP-124-11-27-2013.mp3
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In this episode: 

  • Avoiding the cliche in your creative work
  • Chris Fenwick has something new cooking on The Grill
  • How do you balance an audio/video business and family life?
  • Alan Bell - feature film editor of the Hunger Games - Catching Fire
Direct download: DCP-123-11-20-2013.mp3
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In this episode: How to create your own podcast. Is it possible to learn any new skill in 20 hours or less? What does it mean to be a naked filmmaker? (Interview with Mike Carroll) 

Direct download: DCP-122-11-13-2013.mp3
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Is this the return of the Digital Convergence Podcast - the show about creating art with technology? Do you feel like a fraud and doubt yourself as a pro? Can a fifty dollar plugin replace a reverb costing thousands of dollars?

Direct download: DCP-121-10-2-2013.mp3
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The Digital Convergence Podcast comes to a close in this series finale - episode 120.

Direct download: DCP-120-5-22-2013.mp3
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