2019-11-20 (W) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_Presenter COMPLETED

The EWC_Presenter has been completed. I tried to write a narration script, but I wound up with a couple dozen unusable takes and a short video where I hit my talking points without much stumbling, and one recording was ruined by a plane flying overhead. This video was shot inside a light tent with a piece of gray foam beneath the project. The microphone was an external shotgun mic, rather than the internal camera microphone. Previously, I had been running the mic through an amplifier/mixer, but that seems to add a lot of noise.

I am happy this project has successfully wrapped up. In the future, I will build another iteration of the Electronic Wind Chimes, possibly a wireless one for interfacing with sound effects outside the standard MIDI library.
(2:41) Narrated video of EWC_Presenter

Github repository for EWC_Presenter.

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