Modern technology has made it possible to manipulate sound recordings in ways that were not possible just a few years ago. But now, listeners expect to hear better than simple cut-and-paste to remove gaps, stammers and word-whiskers.
It’s a poor recordist who persistently offers that, “they’ll fix it in post.” Nonetheless, a talented post-production engineer with a strong tool kit can “do magic on demand and miracles by grace.” Here are some of the advanced tools in my kit.
The light you seek is not always where you are looking or where you are accustomed to looking in the past. Staunch mental rigidity may blind you to the next lesson God sends your way. Don’t forget to look within new problems for a light shining on the key to their solution.
For many years after World War II, we told ourselves that accelerating productivity from the rapid spread of communications and other technology would “shrink the world and bring us together,” while raising billions out of poverty and making violent conflict unnecessary and unconscionable.
A Migrant Story gives a sympathetic inside-the-family telling of life on the road and in the fields; of holding family all the dearer while still wanting to fit in at every new place. TIMELY and IMPORTANT. Written by my wife, Dianna Satterlee
This well-researched guide is for everyone who wants to consider, start, operate or grow their network marketing business. It provides 104 brief discussions organized into topical sections. David just plain gets it.
You don’t have to be a marketing superstar and a network leader. But, if you want to get there (and even if you don’t) this book is for you. “…loaded with great ideas. I buy it in quantity and give it to every new distributor that I recruit.” —DW, National Manager
Your attitude toward customers — How to answer the phone — Phone folks frequently — Keep business phone calls organized — Write a letter (or email) — Keep in touch — Allways follow up — Make meetings fun — Use company videos
Personality types — your approach to work — Life and love as art — The entrepreneurial personality — Decide to be a Sponsor/Manager — … and then you get letters … — Cast your bread upon the water — Time: Use it or lose it — I see (I.S.E.E.) what I should do — Help for a hurting world — Draw a treasure map
The people keep you going — Handling rejection — Overcoming fear — If your friends and family don’t understand — Risk = Commitment (Burning your bridges) — Crisis time: excuse or challenge? — Revisiting failure — When you do wrong — If you say it, you have to do it
If it is to be, it’s up to me! — How to test your motives — Know thyself — The pleasures of dedicated work — Approval and control — Waiting ’till later — the classic negator — Buy some flowers — Looking good — Love: The best motivation — Zest for life
Learning is a never-ending process of personal change — Imitate what works for others — Don’t be limited by what others do — Everybody starts out ignorant — Build a library and read at least one book every month — Learning and teaching
Our predictable social responses — The purposes of communication — Stimulating positive results — Making Commitments: “CoudjaWoudjaWhen” — What gets rewarded gets done — Price is associated with quality — Coupons mean a discount
It’s easier to believe the experts — Evaluating relative differences — We feel obliged to return the favor — We feel committed to our choices — We value what we have to fight for — If everybody is doing it, it must be right