The air conditioner messed up my recording sessions

I hate to be one of those people that won’t shut up about their podcast, but at this point I think most people actually expect it from me.

What else in my life do I have such passion for, right? Why even talk about things if they aren’t interesting to you, and for me this podcast has given me a fresh enthusiasm for life.

My listener base is still growing slowly but surely, and I can feel myself getting smoother and more confident with each passing show. My producing skills are also improving, which recently meant having to deal with an air conditioning problem. The problem was not the cooling levels, because my home studio always stays just the perfect temp thanks to me trusty old system. This air conditioner came with the house, so it’s at least 10 years old, who knows how much older, but it still has the power of a thousand suns behind it. The problem comes with how loud this old piece of cooling equipment is, and how much it vibrates when it runs. The blasts of cold from the air vents are miraculous, to say the least, but at the same time the whole house vibrates and shakes when the AC runs. This translates to a lot of background noise and humming when I try to record a show with the air conditioning running. At first I just switched the AC off when I started recording, but after a couple of hours my studio got too warm for me to concentrate. It was a tough problem to fix!
a/c serviceman