I’m Matt Eidson, Instructor, Entertainment & Media Business, at Madison Media Institute. One of the classes I teach is Marketing & Event Management. In this class, we have students put into action what they learn. Here is just one example.
Combining animation and motion capture skills, you could give virtual characters life-like qualities that are sought after in the entertainment, education and marketing industries.READ MORE
Students from Mound Westonka High School came to Minneapolis Media Institute Open House Saturday April 9th, 2016. The ensemble choir group (Sarah Brammer, Joseph Colianni, Shelby Cooper and Nick Drilling) stopped by to record the song, “Calling My Children Home”, arranged by Joseph H Jennings.READ MORE
On Friday, March 25, we had a great time hanging out at Williamson Magnetic Recording Company – Madison’s new all-analog studio. It’s a great space - located in a 110-year-old building with its original wood floor, plaster walls and woodwork.READ MORE
Last time we discussed a Front-end or Web Designer and how their knowledge of graphics and obsession of pixel level details helps create the look and feel of an app or website. I also continued with that house analogy of comparing back-end development (blueprint design) to front-end development (interior designers) to Front-end Designers (aesthetic placement and textiles). If you want to go back and see what I read in more detail, you can do so here.
On Saturday, March 19th, I was a judge for the Madison Area Music Association Breakthrough Artist of the Year competition. It was a great event and a great experience. I’d like to give a brief overview of the event and then offer a few takeaway impressions and bits of advice.READ MORE