Thursday, May 1, 2014

Listen to My Voice and Weep for Your Melting Ear Drums!

I thought that it might be fun to test out my new microphone, but I don't yet have a hosting service for just a straight podcast. So instead you get a video with me talking and some great music all played behind the majesty of a picture I took of a giant tree in the middle of an old confederate cemetery. Sorry for not putting a thousand and one pictures in there but I decided to go with one that I knew no one could bust me over.

The song is by Waylon Thornton and is called Favorite Secrets. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. His song was licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License, as is this entire video. Hope you all enjoyed it.

8 comments:

  1. Dammit! I can't listen because you're doing it through youtube. Arrggghhhh! I don't have access to it here at work. Cries.

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    1. Sacrifices Holmes, sacrifices.

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    2. Pfft. I just have to wait until I get home this evening.

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  2. Meanwhile, as often happens when you know a person only through writings, one gets an idea of ​​what could be his voice and I had done a completely different idea. I was expecting a much lower tone of voice! ;)

    But this is certainly not a problem with the time my ears will get used to associate your voice to the mental image I have of you. :)

    Instead, if I may venture a critique, I was not particularly thrilled with the tone of your voice, it seemed built and unnatural.

    Looks for future audio to review the judgment taking into account that maybe you wanted to give a special tone to your first try. :)

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    1. Actually, that's just how I talk when I get tired. As my brother said, "Welcome to the south son." :)

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    2. Ooh, the wife just informed me that I was a bit nasaly due to the cold I've been getting over. So that might make it a bit gnarly. :(

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  3. when I hear my own voice I hate it , so to you i say great job!
    The sound quality on the yeti is excellent. I was thinking of getting one myself and you may have sold me on it

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    1. If you don't need all the features the Snowball is a whole lot less and has just as good of sound quality. I needed the extra features for a thing I'm doing with my boy Caruthers, otherwise I would have bought that Snowball - they're really pretty.

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