An informative bi-weekly Firefighting podcast that provides interesting fire safety tips, guest interviews with Firefighters, EMS personal, and even Police officers! Check out my website: thefirerescueshow.wordpress.com and if you have any questions, comments, or feedback please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
For me, the sirens and stuff at the beginning went on a bit longer than needed. I think we all know fire trucks have sirens, and you could bring in the "Welcome to the Fire Rescue Show" voice over earlier. Your biggest item that needs to be fixed are your plosives. You need a pop filter
. These can be purchased for around $20 and go between you and the microphone. Also, you want the microphone pointing at the corner of your mouth (so you're somewhat talking across it). If you have the budget have someone buy a domain name (see www.coolerwebsites.com
) and you can forward it to your .wordpress website which will give you a little more professional looking operation.
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