Sit Still and Listen!


February 23, 2020 Beth and Sarah Season 1 Episode 4
Sit Still and Listen!
Show Notes

Beth and Sarah talk about their experiences visiting Tokyo Japan during the country's hottest month (July) and some of the fun things you may do or see in Shinjuku.

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Sit Still and Listen is produced at the Casa Cornell Studio in Surprise, Arizona by Beth Cornell using Blue Snowball mics and Adobe Premiere for production sound and post-production editing. Sarah Cornell does not produce or edit the podcasts. Beth is "learning" and hopefully you will see improvement over time :-)

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Photo Credit: Beth Cornell 7/2017

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