posted on Nov, 19 2007 @ 01:48 AM
Hey good job and good message, I'm torn myself on what actually happened on 9/11 but I really dislike the constant bickering about how it happened
rather than why and by who.
I'll admit is was a bit hard to listen to so I'm going to throw some constructive criticism your way in the hope that your next effort will be a bit
easier to listen to.
I'm guessing you are using your computer mic to record this (correct me if I'm wrong) and that is absolutely fine for voice recordings like this.
But you appear to be talking directly into it at close range which in turn picks up every plosive syllable as a pop sound.
Try talking across the top of the mic rather than into it, and leave a bit of distance between you and the mic. That should cut down the plosives and
the sound should come out much better. Computer mics are omnidirectional and pick up everything around them in a big pattern, they are not directional
so talking across it should still give you a good level.
I'm sorry if I'm way off base, but that's what it sounded like to me.
Again, loved the message, best of luck on the next one!