I hope I did not come across as objecting to the intros themselves which are all pretty cool and entertaining. My concern was that the show itself might start to appear too slick for simple folk like me to think they have a place in it. >>> kaixiong@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 11/02/05 12:46pm >>> Greetings List. I'm not sure I'd ever call my mixes "professional," just someone toying around with audio to make something that sounds good to my ear. If you guys prefer more natural-sounding intros, I can go that route, though. Kai -----Original Message----- From: blindcooltech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcooltech-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Graham Lewis Sent: Wednesday, November 02, 2005 4:31 AM To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [bct] Feedback Carroll Stewart - what a lady! A real pleasure to listen to this podcast. Just adding another spin to what Tim was saying about professional voice over introductions. There is a temptation I know to make the whole Blind Cool Tech thing more professional sounding, more like a TV or radio show. However, one of the attractions of Blind Cool Tech to me is that it feels like a community where everybody is encouraged to contribute. Make it too slick and people may be discouraged from contributing. The Bookport recording from those rascals in Canada was pretty impressive from inside a locker. My Bookcourier is nowhere near as good as this. Are the microphones different?