I designed many banners for ONPHA’s website and social networking channels, often with calls to action to direct visitors to key content on the website.
Use of Windows Content Manager, HTML, CSS, and Photoshop to manage content, design graphics for, and layout hundreds of webpages. Use of Intelligent Query Architect to include member-specific information from the associated database. Also trained other staff in the content system to manage their own content.
I was also responsible for setting up and managing ONPHA’s social media accounts, including Facebook, youTube, and Twitter.
Visit the site at onpha.on.ca.
Having been in the middle of moving in December, most of my studio was packed away, including my microphones, my keyboard and my drum pad controller. All I had to play with was my software. So I thought, “What kind of song could I dowithout any musical instruments?”
I dug into Sonar’s provided loop content, and played around with the program’s “Matrix View” which allowed me to drop loops and samples onto virtual pads, then trigger them in real time and record a performance.
Ripping some choice samples from youTube and adding one clip of music that I actually wrote (using my mouse), I sliced and diced until I ended up with a catchy little dance tune. Of course, given the content, I had to create a video to go along with it. Hashtag Rob Ford indeed. Enjoy!