The embedded video (one instance of "hell" being said) is simply the previous post in audio form with comments from the nerdy squirrel avatar thrown in. It was a test of many things, one of which being conversion of stuff made in Flash to something I can actually upload.
This image looks a bit blurry because I wound up sizing up the video with the solution I used, which wound up involving Windows Movie Maker to make a "DVD Quality" version before the final web one. Not perfect, but it's worked well so far.
By the way, it's worth noting that this was all one take with no do-overs and I was dumb and didn't turn my head away while taking breaths. Well, not "dumb", really, given that I was testing the pop filter's capabilities, but it's something I should do for future recordings.
I'll eventually try out recording with the software that came with the mic. I recorded and edited this via Audacity, and it's not perfect. I mean, it's really good and miles beyond what I was able to get before, but I detect some minor issues. This may be just me listening to it too much and the fact that my computer's speakers are in the monitor (i.e. not the best), but then one of the reasons I'm posting this sound test is for feedback.
Oh, um, considering I WANT feedback, you may be wondering why I disabled comments on YouTube. People wondering this have clearly not spent much time reading comments on YouTube.