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claylowe
claylowe
AudioNote #001 - My relationship with audio on this platform claylowe.micro.blog
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hollyhoneychurch
hollyhoneychurch

@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.

claylowe
claylowe

@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?

hollyhoneychurch
hollyhoneychurch

@claylowe and depending on where I play, the echo changes. I'd like to play in a cave one day πŸ˜ƒ for now I use awesome reverb plug ins πŸ˜‰ you can search for my name in you're fav podcast app. I'll be there πŸ˜ƒ And my new podcast Late Nite Harp has just been released with its first episode. Woo!

hollyhoneychurch
hollyhoneychurch

@claylowe I enjoy Moth stories. But these days I just make and create πŸ˜ƒ

claylowe
claylowe

@hollyhoneychurch Found Get on and Shine πŸ˜€

claylowe
claylowe

@hollyhoneychurch And congrats on the new podcast.

hollyhoneychurch
hollyhoneychurch

@claylowe thanks. I love how life's flowing at the moment. β˜€οΈ

hollyhoneychurch
hollyhoneychurch

@claylowe woo!

Bruce
Bruce

@hollyhoneychurch You should put the Ear of Dionysius on your travel list. The reverb is tremendous. 🎼🎼🎼

hollyhoneychurch
hollyhoneychurch

@Bruce sounds and looks amazing