Frequently Asked Questions


  1. What is this blog website all about?
    A. Plain and simply, we are audio video gurus who have been in the industry for far longer than we’d like to admit.
  2. What happened to the yoga website?
    A. It’s been brought to our attention that this used to be a yoga website. When we bought this website it was available and had no idea that someone else used to own it. Honestly, we were shocked that someone else had such a strange and unique website address! If you’re looking for the yoga company, here is a link to their Facebook page:
  3. Who is Albert?
    A. Albert, or “Al” manages this informational blog site and has owned numerous studios over the course of 15 years. He’s worked in California and New York. Al prefers to keep his last name anonymous due to contractual obligations with a big movie studio in LA.
  4. How can I contribute to this blog or submit educational information?
    A. The Stormy Weather blog needs more contributors, and we welcome all comments, articles and suggestions. Please see our contact page to submit your information here:
  5. How often do you post new material?
    A. We aim to post one original article weekly. We notice that some weeks are more busy than others, and can only post biweekly. If you’d like to assist, please see the link above (question 4).
  6. Do you offer consultation services?
    A. Yes. Consultation rates start at $100/Hr. If you would like to schedule a one on one consultation with one of our knowledgable contributors, please send a request to
  7. What advice would you give someone just starting out in audio / video?
    A. That would be a resounding, BE CREATIVE! Sounds redundant, but so many new students or enthusiasts come in to this field gung ho and chock full of creativity. Then life happens, and schedules fill up and they lose that creative edge. Always balance out your interests and don’t outsource the creative stuff, such as film styles and methods, audio, especially post production. Be original, you’re doing this because you have a gift, and that gift is not paperwork and the tedious processes of running a studio or business.