Your process – Your way

Hello my name is Darrell Hyatt and today I wanted to do a video to talk about something that has become important to me and hopefully will be useful for you as well. Right now there are so many different people who have programs and courses on how to create audio and video.

You read so many different things about how important video is and so on, their certain procedures that you need to follow when editing audio and video, and so on. One of the things that I’ve come to realize in and doing my own audio and video work such as this, is you have to develop process and methods that work specifically for you that are comfortable for you as a creator.

As an example of this, I shoot. most of my videos just like this one in my office with a camera and a separate audio recorder, but one of the things that I’ve learned in doing all of this is that I have to be comfortable with not only the tools that I’m using, but the material that I’m putting out in the audio and video content.

I wanted to take this opportunity to let everybody know that that as important as what you use for equipment, what procedures you use.

It’s fine to have all of the procedures and follow them based on all of these people, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But if the procedures don’t work for you or are more difficult for you and therefore you don’t use them.

They’re not doing you any good and that causes stress, frustration, and even more importantly, it stops you from creating the content that you’re an expert in that only you can deliver in that way to reach your audience.

So I think personally that’s the important thing create the content that’s important for your audience in the best way that works for you that your audience relates to.

If you have any comments or questions please feel free to email me at darrel@computerswithease.com I look forward to hearing from you and will do my best to assist you in creating great content. Thank you very much.

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