One of the things about deciding to commit to pursuing a creative venture is that there are always going to be 50+ (no exaggeration) things you don't know are going to be "a thing" for every 2 things you've got in the bag. Or think you have in the bag, only to discover the bag has a hole in it, or it wasn't a bag at all, or someone swapped your bag and now you have a bag full of some OTHER stuff that you have to figure out how to use, you know how it is. The point is this: there is a learning curve.
This truth is equal parts "Hey, learning is fun!" and "OMFG *expletives deleted* WHY IS THIS HAPPENING?!"
So we're sorting out whether stereo or mono recordings make more sense for us. We're discovering just how much random noise there is in regular life. How often we say "um" per 30 seconds. That putting two natural educators and a book in front of a microphone can sometimes devolve into a "lesson" instead of a story. How tricky sound design can be. And how much fun we're having, in spite of realizing that our climb to our ideal goal zone may be steep.
We're glad you're on this journey with us, and we genuinely look forward to both the pinnacles achieved and the falls along the way. Thanks for your patience, your support, and the times that you laugh - whether those are with us or at us, at least we made you smile.