Will somebody paleez just stop time for me long enough to record my lines and sleep!
Recording the best shouting/screaming lines you've probably EVER done...and having your program crash on you. Thanks, Audacity. This gives me yet another reason to hate you.
Welp. Time to move onto WavePad.
Walking around the recording equipment room at Sam Ash after selling some old stuff, feelin' good, when I stumble across the different foam sheets they have. Well they only had two, but that's still different types. Anyway, the wedge foam was going for 4 bucks a sheet, an awesome price... but there was only one on the rack. I asked if they had any more in the back and they looked with a negative result. WHO THE HELL ONLY HAS ONE SHEET OF WEDGE FOAM?! Freaking... I must have been there at the most inopportune moment of all time. Seeing as the only store in the valley is in Glendale, a city that's about 30 miles away from my current living space and I don't have a car, this actually pissed me off because I very rarely have time to take the three hour bus and light rail trip over there.
Last edited by Para_bolic; 09-15-2010 at 05:05 AM.
Having to reinstall codecs everytime videos don't show on Sony Vegas and goes psychadelic on Virtual Dub.
Finishing a recording session, then realizing that I sound absolutely emotionless. Time to start all over again!
Going to school, thinking all day during classes about how I can't wait to get home and record lines/auditions and by the time I'm in my room with Audacity up and mic in hand...I don't have the energy to record. I hate college, what it does to me. >8(
Just spent nearly an hour recording this one really loud and passionate line. My throat is completely raw and sore from all of it, but I'm satisfied with my takes. Then suddenly my computer crashes and I lose EVERYTHING.
I just... god...
Trying to record a decent amount of lines for a project and my neighbors decide they all need to come out and be loud and have their kids run around. I understand people go outside and what not but the people in my apartment complex are a tad ridiculous about it. So I have to move the recording to my room which is next to the road, and as I try to record, there is an astronomical amount of traffic interrupting my takes. And then its decides to thunderstorm -_-
I need to soundproof a space. I really do.
Getting massive withdrawl from not recording anything cause people have been in the dorm hall all week. I'm almost on the brink of not caring and just blasting away on my mic!
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