Lowering the barriers to entry

I just posted a live video with my friend Naohiro to YouTube. To be honest, it was a bit of an experiment, and you can probably tell. I feel a bit sorry to Naohiro for having to put up with technical issues, but they were important for making future content, and he was welcoming either way.

I think I sorted out the main issue, which was the sound of the other participant being too low. Only thing is, I figured it out after the fact. Should have checked that beforehand.

All this is in the aim of lowering the barriers to doing future content in this way. It’s a great way to make content, it’s live and it’s recorded for future use. Live means you don’t have the luxury of time to prepare things, and you have no choice but to perform. This actually makes it easier to create content.

Now that I have sorted out some issues, I have no choice but to make more content! Thankfully it is now much easier 🙂

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