thanks t the great equipment and my choice of where to interview, using Audition became relatively easy as i never had t go to far in-depth with the editing process.
Putting the clips in order was an easy part of the process.
the hardest thing we came across was cutting some of the clips perfectly as i moved he microphone away at certain points so the interviewee couldn’t be heard, but once this had been done the cuts sounded god and flowed nicely, a few of them not even recognisable to be cuts.
i had to up the volume every now and then on a few of the clips as they couldn’t be heard very well or was to loud.
Mainly i had rouse the De-Esser to get rid of a few of them high pitched S sounds.
overall i found this project very fun and fairly easy to do, with a few minor hiccups along the way but nothing to much and all was easily solvable.
We had no problem getting the interviews and akin the people we wanted to interview was easy enough to.
I spoke the the candidates and they agreed that it was fine for me to record their voices and use it in a piece of work. Using the RODE microphone i asked questions like “what do you think of the services” and more.
using the RODE Mic made all the voices sound crisp and to a high quality which we was really happy about.
I then thought about putting all these clips together and seeing how they sound on Audition.
So my other idea is to record Busses and Trains as a wild track, these also being the object i am choosing to pick.
In the background you will hear the sound of the bus and train, secretly to this i will interview people asking them of what they think of the services within TFL and the public transport system.
Im hoping to make the clip about 5 minutes long.
the people i will interview are two friends Courtney and Umar.
I will record about 2 minutes each of a bus and a train, this will be done on my way home as i use both from and to uni, so this is easy enough.
i will use a TASCAM for recording the wild track but a RODE Mic for recording voice for the more deeper and clearer track.
To record a wild track of a V8 Chevrolet day van.
Within the clips there will be different wild tracks of the van, one being it ticking over, another one where its driving and another picking up the revs.
interview would be of my grandad where he speaks about the van which is his, speaking about different attributes of the van i.e., speed, make, model etc.
another interview of my nan speaking about what she likes etc.
this idea is no longer valid due to the van having no insurance so it is not allowed to go on the road and this would cause drawbacks.