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Kirill Belousov
Works at Freelancer Sound Engineer @ SounDudes
Attended Toronto Film School
Lives in Toronto
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One of my latest live sound mixes for my dad's band #utro #shoelessspring #awesome #acousticperformance
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Mhhhm... Sounds like a "skynet" beginning :)
It was only last month that futurists Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking warned about the dangers of intelligent robots, and a new research project led by the University of Cambridge won't do much to put their minds at ease.
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Very good article indeed, #RFVenue
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Very impressive
Five men with complete motor paralysis regained the ability to move their legs voluntarily after being treated with a non-invasive form of spinal cord stimulation called transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, which involves strategically placing electrodes on the skin of the lower back.
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Very cool. Hope cancer sick people of this planet will finally can have access to this cure soon. #cancercureresearch
Building on previous work, researchers at Duke University have developed a new technology that wraps nanoshells in a thin film of drug-infused hydrogel, adding additional firepower to the already promising targeted cancer treatment.
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‘Everyone should know where terrorists live:’ Polish radicals to create Muslim database http://rt.com/news/269407-poland-far-right-muslims/

That's definitely lot overboard activity. Poland if definitely on a "right path" to extreme racism.
A Polish far-right group wants to create a register of Muslims in the country. The Polish Defense League says they will publish addresses and pictures of those practicing Islam in order to “protect”…
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ModernHorrors.com takes a look at Bite from Black Fawn Films
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Wonder how far this will go.
Five men with complete motor paralysis regained the ability to move their legs voluntarily after being treated with a non-invasive form of spinal cord stimulation called transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, which involves strategically placing electrodes on the skin of the lower back.
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Very cool upcoming #Intel memory storage
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My friend faces a $2000 fine for feeding the homeless. My friend Joan Cheever of The Chow Train was recently cited for feeding the homeless in a park in San Antonio, Texas. Joan has been feeding the homeless for the past decade. She feels it is her duty to help those less fortunate than her, and she does so by cooking up hot, locally-sourced meals for the poor. But recently, San Antonio officials have been cracking down on a practice that they...
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US will provide weapons, aircraft, forces to NATO’s rapid response force in E. Europe – Pentagon http://rt.com/usa/268915-us-weapons-nato-force/

"Russian aggression" really? Rather USA/NATO world domination than anything else. Assholes
The US will provide special operation forces, aircraft and weapons for NATO’s rapid reaction force based in Europe, said Defense Secretary Ash Carter. Washington’s new contribution could result in…
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Education
  • Toronto Film School
    2005
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Male
Other names
www.soundcloud.com/Greenjah
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www.specsound.com
Introduction
Kirill Belousov is a Russian-Canadian freelance sound engineer. Born in Russia, Moscow in 1981.

Grown in quite a musically inclined family, both of his parents played different instruments for the most of their lives. Thus he always heard sound from the early childhood.

In 2005 he graduated from Sound Recording course. Since that time he evolved hugely in techniques as well as in quality of work performance. He is a huge enthusiast of sound recoding and Sound Effects Design.  Kirill keeps moving in his chosen path no matter what obstacles are on his way. His work is pretty well known in film and television. He loves his work and always tries to perform the best way possible.
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Doing my first ever photographic gig haha
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Production Sound Mixer/ Boom Operator/ Music Composer/ Sound Designer
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Sound recording, Listening, Editing, mixing, creating and much more.
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  • Freelancer Sound Engineer @ SounDudes
    Production Sound Mixer/ Boom Operator/ Sound Designer/ Composer, 2005 - present
    Mixing, recording, designing, composing.
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One of my favorite places in the area. Good food, good people.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
It very cool place to see. I agree the fee is quite high for entrance. I think it was 20$ per person. Light show was cool though must admit the video quality was so so. Cathedral itself is definitely worth checking out. 3/5
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Honestly. This restaurant was really good IMHO. Don't know what other people complain about. The food was great, waiting time was just slightly longer then usual, like 5 minutes longer, but definitely not 30 minutes. Prices are pretty good too. Some of the dishes are slightly expensive, but you gotta think about how good it tastes. So I give 4/5
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago