The Secret to Making Online Video? Technorati icon

October 6, 2006 | Filed under: Internet TV

Lucas Gonze found some nice Justin Frankel wisdom on making music online.

"The secret for making quantity of music is just lowering your standards. That's it. Play a lot and experiment and don't be afraid to post something that's bad, because there'll be good things about it too. And also, I always encourage people to collaborate -- even if it's online. Post some music you made and see if someone wants to rap on it. It can be great; people can come back and add things you would have never thought of, and amaze you."

This principle of lowering your standards also applies very well to online video. It is so easy to get lost in the hardware and the software and strive for perfection like we see at the movies. But this is the way to never release anything, never find your style, never innovate. Just get making and throw it at an audience to see what happens. Someone who does this very well is Jadelr.

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