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Getting Back on Feet After Sandy Devastation


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Louis Trapani - Posted on 03 October 2013

Many have been asking about Doctor Who: Podshock and our other ATP shows in the wake of the devastation left by Superstorm Sandy. Recovery continues though our shows should be resuming shortly. I posted this latest blog entry about it. See the link below.

Getting Back on Feet After Sandy Devastation -

After Hurricane Sandy at Barnum Island, NY

Sandy Aftermath Day 338: It's been "a year from hell" recovering and restoring from the mass devastation which Superstorm Sandy caused. There's still a great deal more to do, though it's getting closer to where a sense of "normality" will prevail while ongoing recovery work continues. This means our shows will be resuming shortly including Doctor Who: Podshock and perhaps a new one or two as well.

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Glad things are getting close to normal and this terrible year of yours is almost over.

Cheers, Dave (daveac)

Day by day. Staying focused on future plans. Exciting stuff.

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I'm looking forward to your return. Glad to know it isn't too far along now.

 

It's going to be a little hard getting back into the swing of things, for you,  after being gone for so long, but once things start, I don't thinkit will take you long to get "back into the groove". It's like the preverbial "riding a bicycle".

 

Now if iTunes would quit "auto deleting" the shows from my compter.wink

Yeah, it is a matter of getting back into the swing of things as you say, but it is also juggling too. As I am still unpacking and trying to find stuff and setting things up. I still don't have all the "places" needed to put things "away." So it is a matter of juggling the time in the day. Even as recent as today, I was changing the set up on my workstation that I use to produce the shows. I thought upon moving back in that unpacking would be fairly straight forward. I thought it would be simply unboxing everything and putting things away box by box. Unfortunately it is not that straight forward. 

That said, day by day, progress is being made.

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It's amazing how much of the post production process comes back to you immediately... though there are some areas where it is obvious that rust has built up. Now is the time to scrape off that rust and oil where it is needed and get back into the groove of things. 

Some unusual set-ups I was using and refinements on my workflow didn't immediately come back to me, but in time, I am remembering how I had things set up and how I did what I did.

So there may be a few bumps in the road initially.

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