“Imagine la escena del ingeniero manejando el sonido y la comunicación clave entre el espacio y la tierra, que su espectáculo es ver una densa nube de vapor junto con una gran explosión y descarga de muchos decibeles emitidos por la nave mientras despega hacia el espacio exterior. , ufff, no tengo palabras para imaginar ese sentimiento, por eso me puse en contacto con Alexandria Perryman, ingeniera de sonido de la NASA “
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Imagine the scene of the engineer handling the sound and key communication between space and earth, that his show is to see a dense cloud of steam along with a large explosion and discharge of many decibels emitted by the ship as it takes off into outer space, ufff, I have no words to imagine that feeling, that’s why I made contact with Alexandria Perryman, NASA Sound Engineer
I’ve been working on set and post sound for almost 10 years and I’m still not an expert. I’m constantly learning something every day. It’s also what makes each day interesting and exciting! I’ve worked on other peoples’ podcasts and started my own in 2020. I’m still learning about what equipment and software there is out there!
Have you ever had a little voice in your head whispering that you don’t know what you’re doing? Ever looked around the room with a sinking feeling that you’re the least qualified person there? In small doses, these impulses can push us to improve, to get help and learn from those who’ve come before us. However, when that mentality seeps into our lives and latches on for months, years, or even decades, we find ourselves faced with the far more problematic Imposter Syndrome.