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What I mean by ''Decent'' is I mean enough to pay your bills and get you things you need and still have a little bit of extra money.

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I have hundreds, nearing into the thousands of songs from a Hobby gone very far, the content spans pretty wide.

I have a lot of electronic/synth as well as acoustic guitar stuff, but all of it is mastered/EQ'ed for the most part, by myself.

It's free, I would just want you to send me a link or something so I can hear how you used it. That's all.

Also, if you showed me what you were working on/etc. I would consider making original music for it.

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I’m the president of a film club and am looking to get a sizable budget from the university to fund filmmaking equipment for the club, however all of my experience with filmmaking is pretty amateur and I would appreciate some help in recommendations for specific equipment to get to help get a good film production setup going.

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Since i graduated from filmschool, i have the feeling that im not as updated as i used to be and would like to know where you are getting those informations. Thanks for your help☺️

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I first noticed it from [this shot](https://imgur.com/a/cH9FqNT) in Atlanta, but it's also in the older iPhone commercials. Is it just stabilization or is it a rig that attaches the phone to the camera? If so can you buy one?

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Using my G7 with the 25MM lens and theres no stabilization what so ever. My hands aren't even that shakey, but its literally impossible to hold the camera and not have any micro stutters. I get that a tripod would be the easy solution but I need to free hand some shots, what can I do here?

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