The experience of doing interview, well in my podcast I interviewed my grandfather, twice. Once like earlier in the year, and the other time last week, there are two different interviews that I did some of them are old ones and most of them are ones from last week, I though in the old ones because some of them had a lot to do about crossing boundaries. Like stealing shoes, or stealing anything for that matter, I thing the main part or the crossing boundaries part is mostly about stealing things to survive, in the 1940s.
Editing was a lot easier then what I thought it would be, because the music I chose just went perfectly with the interview itself.
My weakness was about the volume itself, like the music was too loud while the voice was too low. Nothing I can’t fix though.
I agree with the comments my peers gave me because they are right, and honest about their feedback. Also they tell what, and what not to edit and they like most of the editing anyway.
Beatles: Something (instrumental), The Ballad Of John And Yoko, Piggies Instrumental, Money (Thats What I Want)
Victor Sylvester: I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams (Quickstep)
Bing Crosby: I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams
In The Style Of Dawn: Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree (Karaoke)
Conker live and reloaded: War
Scott Joplin: The Entertainer
Sound effects by RingTicklers Ringtone