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Recorded from channel1049.com radio player, onto my computer, turned into mp3 format, and uploaded.
Today I had a fun opportunity to go into the studio of Channel 104.9 to announce my favorite song. However they only had three songs by Muse in their library. Seeing as how my favorite of the three was far too cliché to want to announce as “my favorite song”, Teddy and I agreed that we could copy it into their system. So to my car I went, grabbed my MUSE mp3 CD, and into the studio came the copying. After a few takes to balance the levels or whatnot, the song was beautifully copied.
A quick take of my voice on the mic (I’ve never been on a real microphone, let alone a big radio station) and I’m historically embedded into the channel’s memory. MUSE’s “Bliss” is forever mine. ;)
I also had the opportunity to announce another song for future use, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus’ “Face Down” will feature my intro from time to time I imagine, so if you hear a male voice introducing the song, it’s very likely me! Especially since I say my name as part of it.