Yeah, I edit all my own for timing anyway. My current method is heavily reliant on my H4n. I record a line and if I fudge it, I stop the recording and start over. Then when I get the line right, I hit record on a new file. It sounds cumbersome but it's way better for me than the old way where I would end up cutting a fudge and then playing some more and realizing I'd fudged again, and so on. Could end up replaying the same line like 30 times before I finally get to the end of the fudges.ROU Killing Time wrote:Thx bud. It was a great read. Took some liberties with the timing of sentences and such. 1/2 a second here, a second there and such. Very good source material to work with on the narration wav. Thanks for lending your talents to it.dreamrock wrote: Two sounds awesome. Your production really made that, man.
Plus, I think I spelled your name right.
For this way, I just find the first non-fudged file and close all the ones that lead to it, then find the next non-fudged file and close the intervening ones until I've got the whole read and paste them together. And that's where I edit timing. I recorded the narration for Two the old way. I'm surprised it came out as well as it did. Listening to my narration, there's only one part where I go "Oh, shit, what the f%&$?!"
Your production was genius though. I never would have thought to put that song behind it, but it was perfect. And the birds were deliciously subtle. It's at that perfect level where I'm pretty sure most people wouldn't notice it, but it really lends a "park" feeling to the scene. Good stuff.
I'm betting you did spell my name right. I'm subscribed so I only go to the website when I'm pimping it for other stuff.