2016-05-30 (M) 2 Cyborgs and a Microphone

What should have been a brief recording session with co-host Tim Shank turned into an hour long session with less than a minute of recorded voice. This might have seemed like a waste but the result was a short commercial-length audio clip with a carefully, METICULOUSLY, worded script where Tim and I quickly explain who we are, what we do and what the podcast will be about. The amount of time spent recording was minimal, the most time was spent concocting the script. Another piece of time was spent deciding on a name for the show.

Teamspeak 3 was used to link Tim and I vocally and record and carry our pre-recording conversation. Capturing audio was simple and the resulting files were clear .wav files which were large uncompressed audio files but easily read by most programs.

Once the audio was recorded it was a simple matter to extract the short clips and arrange them. Music was added. The music files were from 0music, an AI generated album in the public domain. Music was suggested by Tim since the idea of AI generated music is definitely in the realm of what we plan to talk about on the show.

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2016-05-02 (M)


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