2016-05-06 (F) Weekly Summary

What an intense week of recording! Every single day a chapter was edited and recorded except for Thursday which had TWO chapters recorded. This nearly doubled the amount of recorded chapters and it took a week, not a month.

Recording has been a grueling and rewarding task. Experience and review is constantly revealing new ways to improve but I’m always open to criticism and suggestions. The recording space is also changing slowly. The biggest upgrade was adding a custom shelf to the space last week but it was difficult to get a true sense of the space so a video was made as a virtual tour. A difference in the sound can be heard when opening and closing the door. The room is not airtight but the echoes and natural interference drop significantly.

Another simple addition was a pop filter in front of the microphone. A pop filter is an acoustically transparent shield which blocks blasts of air from hitting the microphone. A screen suspended in front of the microphone works exponentially better than the foam coverings usually found on microphones.

Journals on a day to day basis have become shorter so please enjoy the audio I have worked so much on.


The rest of the weekly summaries have been arranged by date.

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Completed projects from year 1
Completed projects from year 2


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