Staunton Media wishes all its clients, staff and friends a very prosperous New Year.
We're already back at it, working on editing video for NUIG's THREESIS competition. This competition challenges the University's staff to present their research work in just 3 minutes with no more than 3 slides. The 15 finalists were absolutely top class, delivering lightening talks that were both informative and entertaining.
We will be posting links to the videos once they have been approved and uploaded by the good folks at NUI Galway.
Here the lineup for SoundBusting this coming Wednesday at Galway's Electric Garden.
-Soundwave -Craig Watson
-GIRT Mobile-Aonghus O'hEocha
-Breaking Tunes-Angela Dorgan,
-'Learning the ropes'-Michael Nestor
-45Sound -Catha Furey,
-'Stories from behind the Mixing Desk'-Paul (Deisel) Dezille
followed by DJ set by Cormac Staunton and live music from ImYourVinyl from 9.00pm -10.30pm
Testing one two, one two, one two. ... In celebration of International Sound Engineers Day, we are delighted to bring you an free evening of music and technology in recognition of that most badly treated of all professionals, the Sound Engineer ..
The event will take place on Wednesday 12.12.12 in the Electric Garden & Theatre and features live music from I'm Your Vinyl DJ, lightening tech talks and a very special guest speaker, Galway's most Australian Sound Engineer, the one and only Diesel.
See #SoundBusting for more details
Neil Delamere at NUIG Students' Union 18 September 2012. Always a big hit with Galway students, he delivers another uproariously funny show. Show promoted by NUIG SU and sound by Staunton Media. Sometimes this job is just SO tough. Great show, great crowd.
Olaf Tyaransen and Julian Gough trip around Galway, visiting places influential to a certain generation of Irish artists and musicians; including the dole office, The Druid and O'Connor's Warwick Hotel. Produced by Staunton Media for GAFTV and the Galway Arts Festival.
We've been busy over the summer working with GAF TV, and not keeping the web site up to date. Here's some of the stuff we've been producing.
Special classical music concert in Tuam in July of this year to celebrate Tom Murphy of Druid in his home town of Tuam. Produced by Staunton Media for GAFTV and the Galway Arts Festival.
The Stunning live at the Volvo Ocean Race in Galway on Jul 6th. We produced the audio for 45 Sound. Love those music gigs. You can check out pretty much the entire show here
You too can make live music videos with quality audio tracks, just check out our good friend 45 Sound or just give us a shout.
NUIG Students' Union Explore Project is a very interesting initiative for collaboration between staff and students to develop ideas and projects - here's a video we did to explain it all --