Elearning Challenge 45: Recording Audio in Online Training

Each week, David Anderson of the Articulate elearning heroes posts a challenge. This week it is all about Audio in Online Training.

When we lived in Chicago, I made the most perfect recording studio….in our front closet. Coats absorbed the noise, and it was large enough for a desk, chair, and workspace. And I’ve also included a picture of my most trusted microphone! 1 2 34

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Those pictures in the background? My husband, James Watkins, took them. Here’s his website if you want to see the full scope of his talent:

http://www.jimwatkinsphoto.com/

About Tricia Ransom

Patricia Ransom: wife, daughter, friend. Learning, laughing, living. Chicago, Illinois, downstate. Townie, urbanite, traveller. Note: The opinions expressed on this blog belong solely to me and should not be assumed to reflect the opinions of any of my employers past, current, or future.
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9 Responses to Elearning Challenge 45: Recording Audio in Online Training

  1. Hey I’ve had a setup just like that, Tricia:-) Although I had to add a 6′ monitor extension cable so I could keep my workstation outside the closet.

    Your hubby’s photos are really great. I love his b/w Chicago photos.

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    • Tricia Ransom says:

      I would tell Jimmy, “I’m going in the closet now….don’t bother me!”
      And isn’t he amazingly talented??!!??!! I’m so proud of him!!!

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  2. That is awesome! (And wow do I wish I had a closet that big.) I recorded in my car this past spring based on recommendations from others. It worked great. Here’s to being creative!

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    • Tricia Ransom says:

      Never thought of a car before. I have recorded in a hotel room under the scary germ-infested coverlet!

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  3. I’m with Laura! I’d love to have an available closet that big to use. My dream is to have a dedicated soundproof recording studio, but since I don’t even have a closet space yet I’m not holding my breath. 🙂

    Love your husbands photos, too. They’re remarkable!

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  4. Tricia Ransom says:

    Jackie, what you and Laura can’t see is that there is a whole separate closet inside that closet! In fact, we had too much closet space. 5 walk-ins, and the smallest kitchen imaginable.

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  5. And now you live in the bay area…. Where you would be lucky to have an apartment as big as that closet!

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