I was writing the second part to my series on "tipping points" in field recording when it occurred to me something was missing.
I was exploring how small changes can greatly affect a sound library when I became aware I was getting ahead of myself.
I realized that having a goal and an audience in mind while recording a sound effects library is critical. It's actually important to think about this before looking at how you can change the library you already have.
Why are you recording sound effects? Why are you collecting sounds? Does knowing really matter?
I believe it is vital.
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