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WhileWild Records: Producing Music and Videos Globally

My real name is Hugo Peyrony and I am CEO at WhileWild which is also my artist name. I am a french music and video producer specialised in video production, post-production, audio production and photography. I started playing piano since I was 2 years old and then I decided to play violin, guitar, bass, drums, ukulele and harmonicca. The WhileWild project was born after having my MBA in European and international business Law with the Sorbonne University in Paris. I started working as an international corporate in Florida, United States and it is from this moment that the WhileWild project grew because I started to travel a lot. My passion then took over from my job as a lawyer and I threw myself 100% into WhileWild.   WhileWild is above all an artistic project combining musicality and rhythm. The production, the beat, the mixing, the mastering is entirely realised from his personal home studio with his own instruments. The video and the post-production is also realised by hisself. The different countries in which WhileWild inspiration has born, allowed the creation of distinct melodies from each other. If the first inspirations go through pop, folk, hip-hop, electro and also rock, this adventure must be creative and give the place for imagination.  
The “WhileWild Records” label aims to make new music video every month in a different country. All lyrics, voices, musical instruments and arrangements as well as music videos are entirely and independently produced. During 2017 and 2020, I made a new Music Video in a different country. Every month was a new challenge, a new destination, a new meeting, a cultural enrichment turned into pictures of a new song. The objective is to highlight the beauty of the cultures, landscapes of places in the world by its videos and its musics with pop, folk, hip-hop and indie intonations. Recklessness, creativity and artistic freedom are the key words of this project which doesn’t want to have work tools as limits, but elements made to fuel our creativity.   Since 2020, WhileWild Records has also expanded into the Music and video production for other artists, short films, feature films, commercials, events, blogger, Youtubers, Weddings, music composition for film, corporate videos, explainer videos… Everything that appeals to the audiovisual sector.   WhileWild’s Youtube channel now has 230K subscribers and some videos has more than 1M views, its Facebook page 390k followers and its Instagram more than 33k followers.   Regarding the video production, I record and shoot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, lens Canon 2:8 24-70, Stabiliser DJI Ronin MX and I also work with a DJI drone Inspire 2 Zenmuse x7 or DJI drone Phantom 4 pro plus v2.0. For Big production, I work with a Red V Raptor Camera 35K Censor 8K videos 120 fps. I edit with Premiere Pro and After Effect.   Regarding the audio production, I work with the microphone Neumann N149, Piano LX-17, Acoustic Guitar Takamin, Electric Guitar Fender US, Bass Rickenbacker 4003s Roland Drums, and I have my own violin, ukulele, harmonicas, synth like the Yamaha montage 8 for recording effects and other piano or instrumental sounds. I record everything with the sound card Antelope Studio Orion 32+ and I do the mixing and the mastering of th
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Ocean census aims to discover 100,000 previously unknown marine species

Researchers have embarked on an ambitious global initiative to discover and record marine life hidden in the world’s oceans.

Ocean Census aims to identify 100,000 unknown species in the next 10 years, allowing scientists to better understand and protect the deep-sea ecosystem.

There are huge gaps in our knowledge of the ocean depths. Of the 2.2 million species believed to exist in the Earth’s oceans, only 240,000 have been described by scientists, according to the census.

Technological advances
It typically takes scientists at least a year to definitively describe a species post-discovery, but new types of technology are making it much easier for sea creatures to be studied in their natural habitat. These include tools like underwater laser scanning that can scan gelatinous creatures such as jelly fish that are hard to study on land.

“You can now look at (the creature) in the water column and see what the morphology is and study them in situ,” said Jyotika Virmani, the executive director of the Schmidt Ocean Institute in Palo Alto, California, which will participate in the project.

“What we’re moving towards is a place where we can actually perhaps even do taxonomic identification in the water column instead of bringing everything back to land. And that’s really exciting and will make things move a lot faster.”

All living organisms, including humans, disperse genetic material into the environment, and the project will also make use of new and accessible techniques to sample waterborne DNA to detect and track species.

While many of the species discovered are likely to be on the smaller end of the scale, Virmani noted that the world’s longest sea creature was only discovered in 2020 off the coast of Western Australia — a 150-foot stringlike animal known as a siphonophore.

Ocean Census will also help to identify how marine ecosystems are responding to the climate crisis, and assess how marine life could adapt to a warmer climate.

The project is being led by Nekton, a UK-based marine science and conservation institute, and funded by The Nippon Foundation, a nonprofit foundation based in Japan.

Over the next decade, dozens of expeditions to the ocean’s biodiversity hotspots will search for new species involving divers, submarines and deep-sea robots. The project also hopes to involve private vessels and individuals. The data and information gathered will by openly accessible for scientists, policymakers and the public for noncommercial use.


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3 tips can help you save if you’re living paycheck to paycheck, personal finance expert Suze Orman says

When you’re living paycheck to paycheck, it can be tough to find money to save.

That was the situation one audience member, Natalie, wrote in about ahead of CNBC’s Women & Wealth event on Tuesday. While grappling with high childcare and housing costs, Natalie is barely breaking even, she wrote, which makes finding money to set aside for big goals like retirement difficult.

A recent CNBC Your Money Financial Confidence Survey, conducted in partnership with Momentive, shows that she is not alone. More than half, or 58%, of all Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, according to the March results.

If you find setting money aside difficult, it’s a sign that it’s time to change your lifestyle, personal finance expert Suze Orman said.

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“You have to strike the word ‘can’t’ out of your vocabulary,” Orman said in response to the audience query.

Rather, people should draw up a financial to-do list right now that includes getting out of credit card debt, having an eight- to 12-month emergency fund and funding their retirement accounts, Orman said.

That’s as many experts, including Orman, say a recession could be coming.

But whether there is a recession or not, you need to be prepared that an unexpected event — like an illness, accident or layoff — could set you back, Orman said.

“The most important thing, really, for everybody to understand about their money … is that you have got to live a life below your means, but within your needs,” Orman said.

Several tips can help you get started.

1. Make yourself a ‘No. 1 priority’
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People who think they are living paycheck to paycheck likely have something they are doing with money that they should not be doing, Orman said.

For example, if you go out to eat rather than eating in, that’s $10 you could be putting into a Roth individual retirement account — an account for post-tax contributions towards retirement.

“You have to make yourself a No. 1 priority,” Orman said.

That means you do what you have to do in order to meet your financial goals, she said, even if it means taking on more than one job or cutting back on discretionary expenses.

You should be always be funding your retirement accounts, Orman said.

2. Automate your savings
To get into the habit of setting money aside, it’s best to automate the process, Orman said.

So whether you choose to do $50 a month or $100 a month, by setting aside money before you see it in your paycheck, “you will find that you do not miss it,” Orman said.

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Inside MT BARBER: The Rising Star in the Barber Shop Industry

Gustavo Olmedo Romero, a professional barber from Oaxaca, Mexico, is making waves in the world of barbering with his brand MT BARBER. Born on September 1, 1986, Gustavo migrated to the United States at the age of 15 in search of a better future. He settled in New Brunswick for two years before moving to Delaware, where he worked multiple jobs, including dishwasher, cook, and gardener.

This period of his life was crucial in shaping his work ethic, and Gustavo is now living his dream.

At the age of 24, Gustavo started learning the profession that had fascinated him since childhood. He taught himself through videos and practice sessions with his friends, and in 2010, he began working in a barber shop where he worked for seven years, honing his skills and becoming a high-level barber. In 2017, Gustavo opened his first barber shop called MT BARBER SHOP, where he employed 12 barbers. Two years later, he opened his second shop with the same name, adding 12 more barbers to his team and expanding his brand.



According to Gustavo, the world of barbering is an excellent profession to learn and grow in, but it requires a lot of discipline and constant learning because haircuts and styles are continually evolving. Gustavo has also worked with professional soccer players, including José Andrés Martínez and Gelmin Rivas. His vision is to expand his brand nationally and internationally, and he knows that it will take a lot of hard work and effort, but he is determined to achieve his goals.


MT BARBER’s Instagram handle is @mexican_talent, and you can book an appointment on their website Gustavo Olmedo Romero is changing the world of barbering with his brand, MT BARBER, and he is an inspiration to many aspiring barbers.

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