Rapid Truth Recording in Studio & Out

Posted by on Apr 28, 2012 in Rapid Truth, Resource Development | 0 comments

Rapid Truth Recording in Studio & Out

Although recording in a studio is preferable, I’ve opted to start using a high-quality voice recorder so that I can take it to Preah Vihear province and record the storytellers on-site instead of getting them to come to Phnom Penh.

We still had the problem of finding a location in Preah Vihear with minimal disruptive noise.  The solution was to record in a guesthouse bedroom with air-conditioning.  Heavy rain and some repairs on the wooden staircase threatened to disrupt the recording session, having been perfectly quiet during our practice times of course, but thankfully, we were able to practice another story and record a little later on.

Sina, adding the welcome addition of a woman's voice

Going to Preah Vihear meant that I could try out 3 new storytellers, including a young woman, which is wonderful.  The trip also resulted in a great opportunity to inspire some Korean missionaries with the impact of using storytelling for ministry in Cambodia, and for Renee to see more of the country.  It was great to have her as photographer.

We managed to record 4 more stories over 2 and a half days.

Meanwhile in Phnom Penh, we have recorded several more stories bringing our total to 10 out of 26.  We still have a way to go but we are making progress.

Please continue to pray for this process of recording to continue smoothly and that the resulting tool will enable thousands of people to share the good news of Jesus effectively in Cambodia.

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