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151 Fade Out: The poem, “A Flying Visit” by Thomas Hood

Are you ready to be Tucked in and Faded out?

This episode begins with my usual ear-to-ear guided relaxation to tuck you in and get you ready to fade out.  The Fade Out is the rhythmic, hypnotic, and slightly amusing poem, “A Flying Visit” by Thomas Hood.

 

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Bonus 26: Sleep Flight to Fiji (without pilot vocal effect)

Note: this is version #2, it is without the pilot vocal effect.  Let me know which version you like better.

While on an airplane, are you calmed by the white noise, the murmur of voices, and the pilot announcements?   If so, then you may like this episode.

This episode is my silly attempt at simulating the inside of an airplane flight.  You will hear the sounds inside the airplane cabin along with the pilot’s voice.  It begins with a subtle “Tuck In” by the pilot, and then the pilot shares curious facts about your destination, Fiji.

Warning: There are two beep sounds early in the episode and I speak in my normal voice.

Resources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiji, https://thefactfile.org/fiji-facts/

Bonus 25: Sleep Flight to Fiji (with pilot vocal effect)

Note: this is version #1 with pilot vocal effect.

While on an airplane, are you calmed by the white noise, the murmur of voices, and the pilot announcements?   If so, then you may like this episode.

This episode is my silly attempt at simulating the inside of an airplane flight.  You will hear the sounds inside the airplane cabin along with the pilot’s voice.  It begins with a subtle “Tuck In” by the pilot, and then the pilot shares curious facts about your destination, Fiji.

Warning: There are two beep sounds early in the episode and I speak in my normal voice.

Resources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiji, https://thefactfile.org/fiji-facts/

150 Batch: “Yesterday” a complete play from episode 21

This is the play “Yesterday” which I originally read as a Fade Out at the end of episode #21.  I didn’t batch it together with any other clips of other plays because it is long enough to be solo.

On a side note, I have a love/hate relationship with old clips like this from prior episodes.  I hate hearing the lower audio quality, but I love hearing how I’ve improved my audio quality over time.  I guess these old clips are sort of a punch and a kiss to my ears at the same time.

 

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149 Chat: Return from Holiday Break

In this Chat Episode I will be talking about my new microphones for recording outside, Trivia Time episodes, a horror story, a silly essay, testing new preamps, and sharing listener feedback.

 

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Bonus 24: Backyard with an umbrella #1

Another whispering and wandering around in my backyard, but with an umbrella after a light rain.

I was testing some new microphones – which capture better audio quality than my prior mics, but I need to find better wind screens for these mics.

Warning: this may not be very relaxing because of the slight wind, loud hums, traffic noises, overhead jet, and barking dogs…of course.