how much money can you make on social security is a not-for-profit corporation (501 (c)(3)) that seeks to
encourage christian saints of god via film/music, various visual media
and through education and biblical life studies.
how much money can you make on social security are at the heart of all production endeavors at the millennium complex including music production, hybrid-internet broadcasting, and video editing and voice overdubbing. similarly, apprenticeships and training classes are occasionally provided in the studio for community support and youth enrichment. i can do all things through christ who strengthens me (philippians 4:13). developing a studio that is extensive from both software and hardware standpoints, was often steered by the assimilated team of core producers. overall, music production tends to be central at the millennium complex and all its goals for the work of the kingdom.
the studios are state of the art digital facilities with hardware and software to support production jobs of various types and sizes.
to god be the glory! the studio took 25 years to reach this point as pictured in the photographs. it has seen music change over the years from tape-based (reel to reel, 1/2 inch, vhs [adat] and cassette: all multi track recorders) to hard-disk-based external recording devices (roland/akai 8- and 16-track recorders) to computer-based (pc and mac) where producing is only limited by your computer's processing power and storage capacity. preferring a pc-based system (simply based on familiarity), mosa has expanded its production capability from recording, processing, and mixing to hybrid-tv show broadcasting including am-radio show broadcasting, and finally to film recording/editing and surround sound mixing. therefore, all productions center around the control room and its processing capability.
the size of the sound room has been reduced to support a one-person-at-a-time approach. while larger party vocal recording can be captured in the film/photography space. however, only choirs require a space that is larger than the current sound room. last of all, note that simultaneous zoom broadcasting is available during any vocal recording (singing or voice-over film work).
the video and photography space is designed to capture typical acting head shots with green, black, or white backgrounds as well as some small-scale video work. also, large choirs, multi-person background vocalists, and bands can be recorded in this space as desired.