2021-08-02 (M) Gravy Shock Editing down the station helper

I connected my recording computer to the EWC_OST. Without thinking, I shut the system down to reorder the sequence that my soundscapes appeared on the screen. Once I changed them in the spreadsheet, I remembered that I could have changed their order with a few button presses right from the machine. When I heard the sound through the headphones, I made a last-minute change because one of the instruments was distracting. In Audacity, I saw a long monologue and remembered that I had a spiel by the station attendant who was supposed to have the main characters talking over him. I didn't plan an exchange explicitly for that period, so I moved some meaningful dialogue around and trimmed his speech, and I think it worked out. The first chapter is arguably the worst since it has seven characters while the rest has five.
Talking over the station helper

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