tadros's forum posts

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@cloudymusic: well, you never know! I've had years of audio experience since graduating audio school in 2006. I've recorded and been part of podcasts, I own a recording studio that'd id let them use for free if I just had the opportunity to work with Alex and Vinny. I own capture products (black magic) I have done post production many times (it's super fun) and I'm currently a journalism student at Rutgers.

I'm not trying to brag, I just really believe that I have a lot to offer them in terms of felexablity and help! Need video editing? Got you! Need broadcasting help? Got you! Need help setting up, recording, or even need equipment for podcasts or voice over work? I can do all that. Plus, I've been told I'm a good writer (from professors, peers, and journalists in the area who have reviewed my work) Only thing I'm missing is in depth web design experience and photography work - already enrolled in courses at Rutgers next semester to remedy that!

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#3 Edited by tadros (181 posts) -

@rorie: are you taking applications for the new NYC office any time soon? I'm a journalism student with experience in journalistic writing (award winning editor of school newspaper), audio / video engineering, post production, and some web design background! I'd love to apply for any position, even interning for more experience!

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GT: Tadros86

TZ: Eastern US

Dead Rising 3

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PSN: Tadros86

Timezone Eastern US

#6 Posted by tadros (181 posts) -

I can't remember what my first video game was because my brother and I usually shared our games. I know we had the NES and my brother got the Genesis for his birthday while I got the SNES for Christmas (or maybe it was my birthday?) so the SNES was technically my first console. I remember getting a bunch of Genesis games as a kid, so maybe my first game was Quack Shot? Fun fact - I was never able to beat Quack Shot until about a year or two ago. I would always get to the final boss stage and die. Pulled the game out and played the whole thing through and jumped for joy as those credits rolled! ha

#7 Posted by tadros (181 posts) -

@Carryboy: If it's not considered an artform, it's open for attack from the government. The only thing keeping video games safe is the constitution. This issue matters.

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A cereal box? . . .

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Many games have great stories. Many books have terrible stories. Many movies have terrible stories. The games that have little to no story are in the minority these days. You'll see more story lines in video games than ever before. Even games that have no real story should still be considered art because of the different elements that are involved in the game. Gameplay is an art, in game environments are all created using art, the music in the game is art. Video games don't get enough credit as an artform when in reality they combine most artforms.

#10 Posted by tadros (181 posts) -

Nice, I'm glad some people actually read it! Figured no one would read it because of how long it was. Glad you all enjoyed it! Thanks for reading!