About: Steve

Steve Unkles has always had a fascination with stories, images, and ideas. His professional career in media began with his studies at The American University, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Audio Technology in 1987. Having more interest in education than working in the music industry, Steve first worked at Boston University, and then in other academic and professional settings providing media support and production services. A series of artistic and professional audio, film, and video projects lead him to dedicate his life’s work to the creation and archiving of recorded media as embodied in Audio-Visual Archives.

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Lots of videos coming soon

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September 2016--I'm finally creating that series of videos I've been promising that will describe each of the services that we offer here.  I hope it will demystify the processes somewhat, and make you more aware of the variables to look out for, and the choices to consider.  We begin every project, at least in the.
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2016 finds us with even more and better tools.  New gear (from video cameras & lenses to a new audio interface and restoration software) that really makes a difference.  The facility here is also undergoing some re-design for better integration of various systems from recording to playback to editing to restoration to master to final.
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Specials 2016

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Narration recording for silent films will be discounted through the end of 2016!  This is a fun way to bring the people, places, and times back to life.  You may wish to work from a reference DVD or speed-corrected file to prepare, and even do some research and fact-finding.  The session is usually informally with.
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