When we held this class over an 8 week period of time, due to the production costs and related expenses, the price point for the recording was to be $300. But when the audios returned from production, we realized (after the entire 8 session series had already been recorded) that there had been something in the facility unexpectedly creating interference with our wireless microphone, which didn’t reveal itself until final processing.
In an attempt to remedy the problem, we held the class again for better audio. While it did turn out with better audio, the information delivered wasn’t nearly as powerful. So, it was determined to be better to keep the more powerful information, than to have less powerful information with perfect audio.
So we extracted all that we could from it, and determined that the information was still important enough to make available, but that we’d have to reduce the price to account for the poor sound quality. (The second audio in particular was completely unusable, so we had to use a copy of the audio from someone who video taped the presentation. That’s why audio #2 sounds a little different than the others.)
Thank you for your understanding!