Friday, January 16, 2015

In the sound booth

I have to admit that working in a sound booth, either sitting on my own or with someone else, is quite an experience. I find it very interesting but at the same time it is also a wee bit uncomfortable.

I have been working in a sound booth on my own and with someone else for some time now and this takes place whenever I record blogs or interviews for Accessible Media Inc. It is a different type of experience for me. Everything is very compact and not much room for me to move around. I perceive the booth to be dark but I have no idea if my perception is accurate. For all I know, it probably is very bright.

The microphone is very close to my face and I have to be very precise when I speak and try not to make any unnecessary noise such as rustling my notes. All in all, a very different experience and a great learning one for me.

Not too many blind persons get this rare opportunity so I am extremely grateful to Accessible Media Inc. for giving me this opportunity.

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