Is there a way to adjust the volume of the recording without re-recording? Also is it a matter of turning my volume up or speaking louder or both? I am going to try a pill mic once I get a pop filter.mleigh wrote: ↑September 10th, 2023, 4:43 pmYou did a nice job with the recording. I especially enjoyed the piece by the white person complaining about the white couple eating at the Negro restaurant. I could really feel his anger at it.PrincessAllura wrote: ↑September 9th, 2023, 5:00 pmThank You Larry.
Section 2 ready for PL
Insightful for a time long ago that feels not so long ago for the message. Glad to read this.
I loved the feeling you put into the different pieces.
Two easy corrections are needed here - they are both repeated texts.
3:54 please delete "than to see human rights placed be" as it is corrected at 3:56 "than to see human rights placed below"
14:36 please delete " It is the opinion of many who have given the matter attention that the large so-called colored class is developing greater capacity and desire for skilful pursui" as it is corrected following at 14:47 " It is the opinion of many who have given the matter attention that the large so-called colored class is developing greater capacity and desire for skilful pursuits"
A couple of other comments for future recordings.
1. The volume, while acceptable, is on the low side at 86.9 dB. The ideal volume is 89 dB and acceptable is between 86 and 92 dB. If you wish to increase it here you certainly may but you are by no means required to do so.
2. I suggest you move further from the microphone or not speak directly into it as there are quite a few little noises throughout. Something to think about in the future. Don't worry about it here.
Please let me know if you have any questions on how to make these changes. And, I appreciate your reading this section and look forward to hearing more from you as you are great at putting feeling into your reading.