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Welcome to another exciting episode of “I Eat Vibes for Breakfast” with your host, Juliana Hale. In this week’s episode, Juliana sits down with special guest Tanner Grandstaff, a talented videographer and director. Together, they dive into the fascinating world of music and visuals, discussing everything from posthumous albums to the power of collaboration.
Juliana and Tanner talks about Tanner’s work as a videographer and director, with a focus on his current role in virtual production. Juliana expresses her excitement about collaborating with Tanner on her music video. They also discuss recent news about Ed Sheeran planning a posthumous album and his successful defense against copyright lawsuits by showcasing the commonality of chord progressions in music history. They both share their personal experiences of unintentionally creating melodies similar to existing songs and highlight the importance of being cautious to avoid plagiarism. They briefly touch upon the complexities of copyright law. Juliana expresses her intention to invite a copyright lawyer in a future episode for a more in-depth discussion on the topic.
Juliana and Tanner also discuss the complexity of copyright laws and the concept of posthumous albums. They also touch on the eerie nature of songs released after an artist’s death, using examples like Bob Dylan and Mac Miller. Tanner shares his background in music and audio engineering, including his experience at Grammy Camp. They discuss the importance of collaboration in the music industry and how knowing about audio has helped Tanner in the video world. Tanner also talks about his new job at a virtual production studio network called View Vu, which utilizes a large LED screen for in-camera visual effects. They mention a recent production for artist Joy Lacoon where they filmed three live performance music videos in one day.
They also explore the challenges and opportunities that arise from creating vertical content for social media and how it has changed the landscape of video production. Tanner emphasizes the importance of rehearsing and preparing for music video performances, drawing on his experience working with artists and highlighting the role of rehearsal in achieving a confident and compelling performance. They also touch on the influence of popular pop artists like Rosalia and the balance between sponsorships, casual posts, and creative expression on social media. Juliana and Tanner engage in a dynamic conversation about the evolving world of video production and the need for adaptability and creativity in delivering content for social media platforms.
- Music and Visuals
- Posthumous Albums
- Copyright Laws
- Vertical content for social media
- The Role of Rehearsal
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