@claylowe I like sound scapes too. And Leamington Spa has some lush trees. I like to play harp in nature to get all the birdsong accompaniment. That's a different kind of talking. Through musical notes. Leaving audio notes is a great idea for reflection. I’ve gone the podcast route where I reflect on my life and get amazing sound quality with a couple of awesome mics. I like being cosy in a chair having a chat with myself. It's cathartic. I can imagine it feels good to walk and talk too. Maybe over day I'll podcast outside. For me sound quality is everything. Have fun.
@hollyhoneychurch Playing the harp out in nature must be really cool and Zen-like. I do love a good podcast. They are the 21st century equivalent of the campfire where we sit and listen stories. And you're right nothing beats good sound. What’ the link to your podcast?
@claylowe and depending on where I play, the echo changes. I'd like to play in a cave one day 😃 for now I use awesome reverb plug ins 😉 you can search for my name in you're fav podcast app. I'll be there 😃 And my new podcast Late Nite Harp has just been released with its first episode. Woo!