What the hell is over editing??? When we begin, we think and speak more quickly than is “natural” for the audio space. This is generally a trap for new players.
Guilty again. My first episode, recorded, edited and then forwarded to Rich for a listen. He very politely suggested that it was a little bit staccato. I waited a day, re-listened. It was choppy, it was like a machine gun delivery. Nothing like the flow of natural speech. So back to the recorder and a redo. I’m sure the second editing wasn’t that much better but it was better. Continue reading →
Want to start a fight between audiophiles? Tell them stereo is a waste of bandwidth, step back and enjoy the show.
As I discussed in the Auphonic post, I’m firmly in the mono camp. What this discussion comes down to, in my mind, is the end user. Continue reading →
Auphonic processing is the last thing I do before publishing.
Auphonic is a post production tool for polishing your audio. It is a web based tool but you can purchase a desktop version. It does many things. Some are useful for podcasters some are for musicians. I’ll run through what I use Auphonic for and why. Continue reading →