Starting a videography related sound business

Haptic's picture
Last seen: 3 months 1 week ago
Joined: 05/16/2017 - 1:59am

Hi all,

I am in the process of starting a business in sound that I think might be of interest to this community, and as its in its initial phases I hope to show it here and ask for some feedback.

The aim of the business simply is to fix and polish any audio under ten minutes in length, to make it as good as it can be in a time efficient fashion- using a combination of modern technology and my own skill set.

About me: I am a "Post Production Audio Engineer" working in Sydney Australia for the last decade or so. I mix mainly television, with about 2-3 feature films a year, and the occasional TVC.

Wit this business I am to bring together some leaps forwards we have had in the Audio post tools lately, coupled with some advances in mix automation and a few of my own workflows. I hope to open up this realm to new clients who traditionally could not afford it.

The site is in its early phases but it is here:

https://surveillanceparty.wixsite.com/fixpolish

I would love love love some feedback on it and even more if there is interest I would love to hear about that too. I am also toying with the idea of doing a few free mixes so that can show persuasive before / afters on the finished site.

Please and thank you ;)

-H


alexandre1's picture
Last seen: 1 month 3 weeks ago
Joined: 05/19/2017 - 2:07am

I think the website is quite nice, I mean the idea of it. Of course, it should be still added. I liked the contact form.
The only thing which i think is a little bit different is this one:
You've heard these (and many others) all before.
"It was a beautiful wedding video, but it was such a shame we couldn't really hear them say their vows..."
"Thanks for a great tutorial, I had a bit of trouble hearing parts of it though because it was too soft..."
​"The mic handling noise from the go pro is annoying...."

I liked the idea of sentences the only thing which did not look good for me is the font and background. It looked a little bit out of the whole design concept. But it is only my opinion. I am not really professional :)