Latest work (click to play, or right-click and Save As to download), each file for the most part in sampling rate of 48kHz, and at data transfer rate of 160 kbps, which relates to how long your slow computer takes to download it and the overall sound intelligibility versus the highest quality available:
Topic lists just above each filename
These sound loud, but as the original file I first looked at, look like they are safely at line level (i.e. will not blow or destroy your speakers, which I care about). And if you are wondering, the RT stands for a category of mine I call Rhetorical Triangle… need more info on what that is? These links might help:
Or just use this next line as a lookup on a search engine or ask your friend or something:
rhetorical triangle origin
On with the sounds…
Intro by Matt Welch, editor at large of Reason Magazine
Open response to open ended question
“Student debt” crisis
Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), a summary review
From this URL if you would like to see it as the original video that I rendered it from:
The following commentary I provide is kind of noisy, but follows my two standards of 1. Safety (safely sensible), and 2. Intelligibility (clearly enough conveys the intended signal), so deal with the noise, please, until I get more time or a more updated setup, and fair warning, it does get kind of loud in parts:
** I probably could fix and fine tune the Noise and Equalization if I spent time on the DAW (digital audio workstation), and the loudness, but it is my day off, well, was supposed to be before I realized this is newsworthy, and the file still complies — the product fits, it forms, and it functions. And yeah, no fade – out here. That is also a fancy DAW feature; I am just using my basic audio editor, which is a bit more work, thus not as much time for fooling around as on a fancier setup.
Further rhetoric, and fair warning, has a curse word or two more near the end of it, but I think is relevant:
A music sample you may perk your ears up to, Jeremy on vocals with no effects (what the filename describes):
6.45 MB, Total Run Time: 05:38 s. I know this is not a completed song, but then again, maybe it is just fine and dandy how it is. Who writes the rules for what makes a finished song, anyway? I did not write lyrics with paper, but was just rambling. Okay, you did not need that explained.
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A very short comedy sample of something I thought was funny at the time (it is I!, Jeremy!):
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And if you are still wondering what it is I do among the slough of things that any one of us could possibly also do just the same as I, the answer is simple, I show up. That is exactly what I do. I show up. Did you miss that? I show up. How you choose to correspond to this is entirely your choice. Insert smiley face here : – )
Questions? Comments? Anything? I am sure that to finally hear my voice on a big long recording would have to spark up something, so Contact me:
Contact Jeremy M. Dinovo, A.K.A. the Mr. Variety
If there is anything
you think I can do to help, please let me know, OK? I am counting on you to tell me these things, while I am still not yet a mind reader.
by Jeremy M. Dinovo a.k.a. THE Mr. Variety of the entire internet at large
program director for dustybootsworth.com
Now accepting: ** the continuation of adequately and reasonably more ** good company, long-term, and continuing to accept beverages and things to eat in exchange for anything reasonable or useful that I can continue to offer. It’s a long story. That is the short version.
If you walk away from this post to remember anything, then just remember:
once you do, then stay for dinner. Always stay for dinner. ; – )