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12-28-2010 @ 3:31PM
One quick tip on the audio: When you have a very syllabant voice, this means you accentuate your "S's" (this not the same as a lisp), putting in a low-pass filter with a cut-off around 2-4k can really help take the edge off. This will help a lot more with lower quality mics found on the most common headsets which really tend to wreak havoc on syllabant voices.That's one way of helping to improve the audio without going out and spending money on a better mic.
12-28-2010 @ 4:15PM
Chris,Thanks so much for this helpful comment. I'll work on getting that done...now just to figure out how to add a low pass filter.C. Christian MooreContributing Editorwow.joystiq.com
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