This ramshackle arrangement is my set-up for contributing recordings to Librivox, the audiobook equivalent of the Gutenberg Project - putting out of copyright texts online.
All it needs is a reasonable (and not expensive) microphone, some free software and some technical guidance from the administrators, and anyone can contribute as much or as little as they like, to whatever project is listed on their messageboard as open for contributions.
Using the soft furnishings can muffle out ordinary background domestic noises, but not all external noises from delivery vans, planes and helicopters and the like. This can be frustrating in the middle of a stirring Victorian account of the Spanish Armada:
And though it's advisable to keep the throat well lubricated, it's best not to gulp in too much air at the same time:
I may be force-fitting your post to describe my situation, but it seems at least parts of our interest and timing with librivox are common. I put a post here:ReplyDelete
Maybe you'll comment. Tom Doody middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
I have replied in an additional comment on that blog.