Pao | Jeremy
On our Hmong cultural tour, we went to
a radio place. There we talked into a microphone about our
trip, and how it is important to us. First we introduced ourselves,
then we started to answer questions, like “how is it
meaningful, how does it help you understand, what is your
goal for the trip?” So we answered it.
They record your voice on a computer
and they cut out the bad parts, (then) burn it and play it
on their next show. This radio program is not live so the
people can make mistakes and they will just cut it off.
Also the microphone is very sensitive—if
you speak very soft it will still pick it up. On the computer
you can change the pitch and how loud it is.