In this session, a guy from London came to teach about recording sound. He brought his super professional microphone and explained what the different parts do... We learned a lot of new words like Shock shield and crisp. Did you know that sound can be crisp? I didn't. It means clear and without backround noise.
After that we practiced saying different tongue twisters. It was funny but I don't like my voice sounds. It's weird to hear my speaking. Tongue twisters are hard, well not all of them. As homework, Mariana gave us a list of tongue twisters to record using the software Joe uses and then compare them to a native speaker. Mariana says this will help with pronunciation. Lets see!