Help The MWA Be Heard

If you’ve had a chance to listen to the 37th episode of the of the ModernWoodworkers Association podcast, recorded live at Fine Woodworking Live 2013, you know the sound quality was a so much better than the recording we did at Woodworking in America 2012. That poor quality recording can be listened to in our Woodworking in America 2012 episode if you’d like to compare.
 
We're aiming to sound as good as Matt.
The difference was due to the quality recording rig Ed and the Fine Woodworking editors use. After they recorded an episode of ShopTalk Live, they were kind enough to allow us to borrow their equipment for our recording.

Now that we know what a mobile recording should sound like, we don’t want to go back to the low quality of our past mobile recording. That’s why we’re asking for your help.

We want to put together a good mobile recording rig before Woodworking in America 2013.

While the equipment we need isn’t too expensive, it is a few hundred dollars. As we have so far funded all of the costs associated with the MWA ourselves, and need to pay our way to Cincinnati for WIA by the same deadline, we’re hoping that you, our readers and listeners, can help us pay of the recording rig. We promise it will mean more and much better sounding content from us.

To give, please click on the donate button on the upper right of the MWA website. We’ll put all the money we receive into the MWA to pay of the new recording equipment and cover other costs associated with better recordings.

We’ll thank everyone who does donate on the air in an upcoming podcast and we’ll extra thank you if you help spread this request and get others to donate too.

Thank you. We appreciate the support and that you read and listen to our posts. We couldn’t be the Modern Woodworkers Association without you.
Dyami PlotkeMWA Podcast, WIA2013