Post Production Audio Processing, Phase II

With the advent of digital processing capabilities, post production processing has become an important part of making the quality of many recordings more pleasing to the listener's ear. For this project, this was performed by two persons.

Ms. Heidi Gerber-Salins, the producer for Phase I, is now a full-time Assistant Professor at Howard University teaching multi-media and film audio. She also continues to operate AllAccessAudio in her spare time. Because of her extensive knowledge and emotional involvement with this project, she volunteered to assist with post production processing.

For bio details about Ms. Heidi Gerber-Salins click on Heidi Gerber-Salins.

Many things happened in her life to delay getting to the post production processing. Then unfortunately, as she was getting into the post production process, she was injured in a car crash struck for a drunk driver. As a result of injuries from the crash, Ms. Gerber-Salins was unable to continue performing post production processing for this project, and would be so for many months.

Before that crash, she finished and provided a tuned version of the first number, Be Thou with Them to Mr. McElroy at Slipped DISC.

David Goettee. To move the project forward, he obtained access to Adobe's sound program, Audition, which contains audio pitch editing capabilities. Mr. Goettee thus performed most of the post production tuning. It was accomplished using three different capabilities. For