Audio has always been my expertise. I’ve been doing it for over 6 years now, on top of over 7 of music experience. I’m experimenting with a lot of audio elements currently; from electronic music production, to live sound, to podcasts and radio.
I have experience recording, mixing, and mastering audio of multiple kinds in post production. For audio software, I am proficient in Audacity, though the software I am most capable in is Presonus Studio One. I know how to work with Ableton Live 9 and with various audio add-on software for mixing and mastering. Along with that, I also know how to record instrumentation and vocal audio with various microphone types and techniques. For recording interfaces, I have an Alto ZMX 164 USB Mixer, a Presonus Audiobox 2×2 USB Interface, and a Tascam US-1800 16×4 USB Interface. For Microphones, I have two MXL 990 large diaphragm condenser microphones, a MXL 991 small diaphragm condenser microphone, a Samson Q6 Dynamic microphone, and an Audix ADX 20iP small diaphram condenser microphone. All of these can be used in multiple recording situations and I know various techniques for each of them.
I am fully capable of editing, mixing, and mastering audio of almost any kind, from podcasts to voiceovers to music. I can produce files of up to 24-bit depth and 96 kHz sampling frequencies as well as produce a variety of audio file formats for your project including: .WAV, .AIFF, .MP3, .OGG (Ogg Vorbis), and .FLAC. (Note, I normally only accept .WAV and .AIFF files for post-production editing, though I can work with any of these file formats for all forms of editing audio if there is absolutely no other means of sending me audio. .MP3 and .OGG are highly ill-advised, as they are incredibly compressed and low fidelity by comparison to standard formats.)
I have worked on Podcasts in the past, as well. They are NSFW, uncensored, and unconventional podcasts where they consist of general discussion of topics pertinent to members of the podcasts at the time. I plan to work on more professional podcasts in the future, though I haven’t quite worked out the kinks for them yet. I share editing with other members of the podcasts, though when I edit, I do so with the intent of producing a professional, high-quality sound that presents a noticeable difference from those around mine.
I am currently working on electronic music production, though I am exploring multiple paths, software, hardware, genres, and techniques before I decide what I will work with for release. That work will be on Soundcloud and Newgrounds, and you can always listen to them on the site as well.