Steve Hullfish

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Steve Hullfish has been producing and editing award-winning television since the mid-1980s. He has written five books, and edited two theatrical feature films (both Number One New Movies in the US). He has lectured at NAB, DVExpo and the Master Editor seminars. He has edited on Avid since 1992 and was named to Avid’s first group of Master Editors. His client list includes: Universal Studios, Sony Pictures, NBC, PBS, Turner Networks, The Oprah Winfrey Show, “Investigative Reports” and “Cold Cases” with Bill Kurtis for A&E, Jim Henson Home Entertainment, Major League Soccer, The Chicago Cubs, Wilson Sporting Goods and Exxon/Mobil.

Avid Hidden Gems – Part 1

Avid Hidden Gems – Part 1

One of the most useful things I ever did as I began to master the Avid user interface was – I know this will be hard to believe – read…

Ready to trash your expensive wireless mics?1

Ready to trash your expensive wireless mics?1

Chances are good that if you own a production company, or freelance as a sound recordist, you’ve invested in a few pricey wireless mics. Most of these mics…

Software Scope Shootout

So I’m finally continuing my earlier article on software versus hardware scopes, with a shootout of the top software scope sets. The scopes I’m using for…

Review of Abaltat Muse

Ireland is a land of fantastic music and musicians. I’ve been to Doolin, in County Clare and heard brilliant traditional musicians there. And for those with more of…

Angelina and Lindsay battle over their favorite RED scopes!

Angelina and Lindsay battle over their favorite RED scopes!

Let’s face it: if I didn’t start with a title like that, there’s no way you’d read a story about waveform monitors…

Using web tools to collaborate between creatives.

Wisdom from the masses – In depth on using web tools to collaborate between creatives. A few weeks ago there was a short but interesting thread on CML-pro (The…

JL Cooper Eclipse panel

JL Cooper Eclipse panel

One of the reasons I got into this business in the first place was for the cool LCD displays, colored buttons, and various joysticks and fader bars. So it&#8217…