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Wet Mouth Noises. I considered going in and manually removing them, but I could also go in and cure several theatrical timing and rhythm problems. This isn't fully mastered. I stopped when it was obvious I could use this technique to successfully read with commonly available equipment at no cost.
Also see: that women who recorded audiobooks in the closet with a personal recorder and duvet/quilt.
Yeti and its problems need not apply.
There is no shortage of operational problems. You gotta know the very first thing people are going to do is display the script...on the phone. The microphone on the rear is significantly muffled when you face it away. A cousin message thread is from someone who wants to also record video. Sound always takes a back seat when you combine those two.
You still need a quiet room. Very few people get away with a noisy environment. I'm going with zero. Regard that poster with the close-talking aircraft microphone. "Touch Lips Here."
Leave your noisy laptop turned off.