[bct] Re: BCT 210

  • From: "Kai" <kaixiong@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2005 09:59:34 -0800

Greetings Jeff.
I have a lot of sound effects libraries from Sound-Ideas. Most of my
effects come from their libraries, with a few fill-ins from
miscellaneous sources.
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Subject: [bct] Re: BCT 210

Where did you get the sounds for that intro?


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Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 10:22 AM
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Subject: [bct] BCT 210

Hi Larry, Kai and everyone,
That was an awesome BCT! The intro was incredible!!!! Kai, you could
have a real career in audio production if you could find a way to get
your work out on the net for the right people to see. It is incredible
all the work you put into that intro, and tons of fun to listen to! Keep
it up! You are amazingly creative.
Larry, that podcast with Mars reminds me of my niece Sheri when she was
that age or a little older. She and her parents would visit when they
lived near my family, and I would always complain that they never
brought her, but she was just standing very quietly listening to me
grouch and grumble because I was pretending she wasn't there. About 30
seconds into my annoyed grouching, her little arms would reach out for a
hug, and there she was.
When she was about 3 or 4 years old, she'd try another tactic. They
would all come in, and she'd speak right up with all the latest news;
everything from "We're moving to Carson City!" to "I got a new bike!"
Just wait till Marley gets a little older; you won't be able to shut her
Thanks to Lynnette and all the others who contributed. I could have used
a short class in PowerPoint access early this year when I had to listen
to a presentation and figure out how to navigate within it. It was a
short training session on how to define and list the work skills we had.
Fortunately, I got through it with a lot of trial and error. I no longer
need to use PowerPoint, and I think I only had the small PowerPoint
viewer on the machine anyway. I think the people who put the
presentation together could have used Lynnette's expertise, because it
wasn't done too well. You could hear the person rattling pages, trying
to find the next paragraph to read! Not very professional I'm afraid; I
guess the cost cutting efforts involved cutting back on professional
instructors and audio-video experts.

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