After the Executive Producer has locked off the rough cut edit the episode is dubbed off onto vhs and a copy given to the Music Editor. The tape is viewed and “spotted” by the Music Editor who makes notes, including time codes of where he/she wants the different tracks. The Assistant Music Editor then lays … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 14: Music
The Sound Designer When making a television programme certain noises and sounds need to be enhanced or sometimes deleted. The most common noises to be reproduced and inserted are footsteps, clothing movement and natural sounds like wind. These sounds are called foley. Most of these sounds are already stored as sound waves in a computer … Continue reading Part 13 – Trivia: Sound Effects
The Tribeworld Website Did you know that the Tribeworld site is about 150mb? Downloading the site at 3kb/sec would take 50,000 seconds, that’s 833 minutes, which is 13 hours!! How many Gegabytes is used to run Tribeworld? Well if we added up all the computers used to help upload information to Tribeworld it adds up … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 12: The Tribeworld Website and Pre Production
In Tribe Series I there were a number of occasions where adults were in the storyline, script or dialogue. Some of them are tricky… First of all you could say that Lex and Glenn were adults. They were both old enough to have caught the virus so they must have been adults. Then there were … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 11: How many adults have appeared in some shape or form?
Ah, it doesn’t matter if you call her Mom, Mum, Mother, mama, mater or mummy-kins, we all have a mother – after all, where would we (and the world) be without them? Mothers are an important part of life – and in the world of the Tribe… This Tribe Trivia looks at some facts about … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 10: Mothers and Mothers’ Day
Did you know… On March 20 1999 the worlds largest Easter-egg hunt was held in Vicoria, Australia. 15,000 chocolate easter eggs were hidden by army troops. The event was coordinated by companies all over Australia and Cadbury’s provided the eggs. The idea was to raise funs for the Vision Australia Foundation. The Land of Cadbury’s … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 9: Easter
How much do you know about The Tribe? Did you know… 1. What about Music in The Tribe? The average length of music used in one episode of the Tribe is 19 minutes. 19 minutes an episode x 26 episodes = 474 minutes of music. 7.9 hours per series. It takes around 5 days to … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 8: Music, Actors, Makeup and The Tribe!
Love is a big part of The Tribe – and real life – and here`s some trivia about Love in The Tribe: 1. Who has kissed the most? Well, Bray has definitely kissed 6 girls – Salene, Trudy, Amber, Ebony, Danni, and Moon (sneaky preview for Series 3!). And a close runner-up is Lex, who … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 7: Love in The Tribe!!
How much do you know about The Tribe? Did you know… 1. Here is some trivia about how much film we go through in a series. Here at Cloud 9 we use a few different types of film, firstly we use standard rolls of film for still shot photographs. In an average week our photographer … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 6: Rolls of film, phonecalls and litres of petrol!!
How much do you know about The Tribe? Did you know… 1. Here is some trivia about Cloudy the dog from Series 2… Cloudy’s real name is also “Cloudy” – often animals in television find it too confusing to have one name in real life, and another name to answer and respond to on the … Continue reading Tribe Trivia 5: Cloudy the dog, Tribe animal trivia – and paper clips!