For the most part, I thought the tutorial was excellent.
Having seen you interviewed and speaking extemporaneously in other videos, I thought your style of speaking came across as natural, but reasonably fluent, without sounding too stilted or scripted. In other words, you sounded genuine, which carries a LOT of currency in communication.
There are a couple of specific things that (I feel) need attention:
- Be careful with speech mannerisms that don’t add any descriptive value to the dialogue, like the repeated use of the word “actually”.
- The explanation of what the compressor is doing (2:00 - 2:05) is confusing, because it uses the terms “harder” and “lighter” in a contadictory manner…
…I mean, I know what effect you are describing because I have a lot of experience using compressors, but I was putting myself in the shoes of someone who is not already familiar with the concept…“what is it doing? Is it compressing harder or lighter? I’m confused!”
…but overall, nice work… I think it is very important that you retain your sense of self and your own personality in these presentations. In a crowded marketplace where everybody wants to do “me too”, sometimes the best thing you can do is stick to your guns and be yourself, because nobody else can do that as well as YOU can!