It's around 3:30 in the morning and we are heading West on the Ohio Turnpike and still about 3 hours from home. Isn't technology great? I am able to surf the net while driving down the highway! (actually my wife Holly is doing the typing - I'm just dictating. She tends to get cranky when I take my eyes off the road to see what site she is on)
Let me begin by explaining that we had big plans for the Championship game. Our friend Larry Brewer was scheduled to umpire in the game and we were more than ready to enjoy a day at the ballpark and cheer him on. However as you all know by now things did NOT go as planned. After several weather delays and then the[ final decision to postpone the game|http://active.typepad.com/llbworldseries/2006/08/rain_rain_go_aw.html] until tomorrow night at 8 pm we decided to pack it in and head home to Michigan.
Always wanted to see just what it takes to produce sound for an ESPN broadcast? Join Michael as he talks to Paul Krugman, ESPN sound engineer, as he gives us a tour of this fascinating place where 100 different audio signals come in at once--even those controversial ones captured by dugout microphones.