I learned a lot during my audio editing experience. There were a lot of things that I could have done better during the interview. For example, I should have asked the interviewee to restate the question before giving her answer. In some answers, there was no way to know what she was talking about without hearing me answer the question. Also, it would be a good idea to ask the interviewee to avoid answering “yes” or “no” making it easier to have a full bodied interview. I really enjoyed narrowing down the time. It was fun to really listen well. It was my first time doing it so I know it is not going to be perfect, but it was still fun to edit down to the millisecond. It was surprising how viable the process of editing was. I was expecting it to be extremely difficult. I also think it would have been a good idea to leave longer breaks in between questions and answers in the interview that way I have plenty of space to make cuts. Also, I noticed that I interrupted her a few times. It was a simple reaction to something she said, but it made editing really hard because if there was a section that I interrupted, then I had to cut it completely because her answer was chopped up. I had to be careful how much dead I cut because if I were to cut too much, I would have been too far under 2 minutes.