2021-09-17 (F) Weekly Summary

I began editing the recorded material. I thought it would go quickly, but editing chapter two took as long, or maybe longer, than recording it. To help, I made a template with the necessary audio tracks to import each chapter and begin quickly.
Edited chapter two

Only three characters talked in this episode, and one of them was a meowing cat. Editing was a little easier, but I still need to be better in the future about making cuts between characters instead of long takes.
Edited chapter three

Only Marigold and Ness spoke in this chapter. I started by deleting all the dead space between takes, so the bulk of my work was placing appropriate pauses. Editing like this was less stressful and more efficient.
Edited chapter four

Chapter five didn't have any roadblocks or speedy parts. I am catching on to the fastest way to edit these chapters and developing a rhythm.
Edited chapter five

While editing chapter six, I heard some of my lines come off poorly. I didn't like how they sounded, and some of the intonations didn't fit the mood. I'll have to improve in the next round.
Edited chapter six

I tried to over-edit chapter seven by taking three passes. The first time, I removed the interstitial silence and inhalations. In the second go-around, I placed the characters' clips on their tracks. Finally, I tweaked the gaps between the sentences, but that second step was not a wise idea.
Edited chapter seven

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