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Feb 17, 2012 | 10:22 AM EST
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Provide better sound quality in your recordings by treating your space with common household items, and stop sounding shitty :)



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can't express how much i love this, not only do you address an issue many novice artists don't understand or even know about, but you do it simply, beautifully, and entertainingly. Youre a great teacher weather it be showing how to establish sound quality in a recording, or speaka-da-chinee. Love ya!

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RicePirate responds:

Thanks, man. Can't wait for you to teach me about barbaquing shrimp at Pico day. That and how to have cute lil dimples ... instead of fat rolling buddha cheeks.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great tutorial on how to record audio properly! :)

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This should be required viewing for anyone who uploads any multimedia to the Internet. I can understand the limitations of projects from years past, but it's 2012 as I write this. There is no excuse for terrible sound.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

thank u sir for showing me the ways of the schwartz

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This was very nice of you to do! It particularly annoyed me with how I submitted a voice demo, but it got rated down so low. I mean, people who had heard it presented with video didn't seem to care. It took me awhile to really figure out the difference between the two sounds. I hope to learn from you and create higher quality voicework. I have tried to get some work as a voice actor, but nothing seems to work.

I'm thinking I might also be leaning into the microphone too much. Either way, you are doing us a great service with this submission. I like how the background is checkered paper giving off the impression that you're doing this in an old manner. You may have went back and forth with the sound comparisons a bit too much, though. I still recommend this to anyone having trouble with microphones.