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  1.   of wordpress, twitter & friendfeed… — glemak on July 5, 2008 9:11 pm

    [...] also been remiss in posting a few interviews (rww, bst) and a panel (siia) that i’ve done this past year, so when i was adding them to my about page [...]

  2. P.W. Fenton on May 4, 2009 10:53 am

    What necessitated using so much noise reduction on Mike’s voice that he sounded like Darth Vader, and yet Valorie, recorded in the same environment, sounds normal? The difference was so bizarre it was difficult to think about anything else.

  3. Justin on May 4, 2009 11:50 am

    Aha, an audio production showdown! :)

    In this situation, there was an uncontrolled fan / AC in the office, which had to be stripped out. Since Valorie actually speaks much louder than Mike does — and at a different pitch — Mike’s voice had to be normalized AND suffered a bit of audio degradation due to the removal of the fan, which was closer in tone to his normal speaking voice than Valorie’s. (Personally, we hadn’t noticed that much of a difference in the final edit, but after listening to the same clips half a dozen times, some elements start to forgive themselves.)

    If you have any tips on how to avoid similar issues, we’d love to hear them.

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