With the advent of digital audio processing capabilities, post production processing became another important tool available in the audio production process for improving final production quality of recordings to make them more accurate, and thus more pleasing to the listener's ear. For this project, audio post production processing was performed by two persons.
She was producer for Phase I when she was at Bias, and in 2023 is a full-time Assistant Professor at Howard University, teaching multi-media and film audio. In her spare time she continues limited aspects of AllAccessAudio. Because of her extensive knowledge and emotional involvement with this project, she volunteered to assist with post production processing for the Hymns and Songs for Living project.
For bio details about Ms. Heidi Gerber-Salins click on Heidi Gerber-Salins.
She was able to complete post production processing on the song "Be Thou with Them" and provided to Mr. McElroy at Slipped DISC. Unfortunately shortly after that, she was injured in a car crash, struck by a drunk driver. That created a significant and indeterminate period of recovery and therapy time before Ms. Gerber-Salins would be able to resume performing post production processing. (Therefore, David took on that functionality.)
Later she was able to provide a 2nd opinion critique of the draft master and offer suggestions for creating a better final product. She also recorded a new harmony part for a verse in "Savior Like A Shepherd Lead Us," which was added to that hymn's mix.
After Ms. Gerber-Salins' injury made her unavailable for an indeterminate period to work on post production work for this project, TortoiseClimbing™ Audio took on the post production role. It expanded its access of Adobe's software from just Dreamweaver®, used for building this website, to include Adobe's entire suite of software programs, including Audition®. It is fairly widely used digital audio workstation software used by a number of podcasters for editing their podcasts, and includes post production editing capabilities. Mr. Goettee learned and used those capabilities to perform audio post production processing on all other numbers as appropriate.
Note. Having gained those skills, Mr. Goettee later used them to master and restore the 1959 Annapolis High School choirs' recording of The Crucifixion. TortoiseClimbing Audio™ is providing free downloads of the 1959 performance of The Crucifixion from this website. If interested, see Annapolis High School choirs' The Crucifixion.
Audition will also be used in creation of the advanced podcasts of chapters from the eBook, History Thorugh 26 Hymns and Songs, and the final audiobook.
For bio details about David click on David Goettee.
If you wish to comment on contents of this webpage, Clicking the button below will both transfer you to the Contact/Comment page, and pass along that you were on this webpage when you decided to comment.
Beta 3 Site
We continue to add and revise pages before migrating to original .com site
Use of this website signifies your agreement to the
Website Terms and Conditions