2022-12-11 (Su) VoiceActing Working desk

My fiance and I started taking voice acting classes and are eager to restart recording. We picked our bedroom's walk-in closet since it is rimmed with clothing to absorb sound. We decided that a wheeled desk made the most sense since we would need to move it out when we're not actively recording. She intends to focus on recording long passages like audiobooks or newspaper readings, but I intend to record shorter things. Her preference is sitting, and it makes sense for what she's doing. I prefer standing, so we bought a convertible desk kit. I assembled the desk and dug out some of my old recording equipment to start our recording rig.
Desk and accoutrements

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