Relative to the most recent essay posted, the production engineer at Erie Looking Productions decided it was time to make a practice run at producing spoken word content again. We used to do that on a fairly routine basis back in the day. My current day job really squelched that over the past six years.

Audio is posted to the Internet Archive for download in a variety of formats including Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Opus, and MP3. Currently the overarching album title is "Wildcat Feeds" as this is not quite podcasting but is still produced audio. The genre tag, for now, is "Folklore". The software is the typical Audacity and plug-ins that you find in Ubuntu from time to time.

If you want to sound great in your audiovisual project, take a moment to contact Erie Looking Productions via e-mail. We've been around for a while. We're looking at rebooting the "(Audio) Tech for (Computer) Techies" series from about ten years ago with some updates about audio reinforcement and updates in the world of microphones and other pieces of equipment. Other projects are also being planned that we hope will benefit the F/LOSS world.