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Now Alyssa Niedermann, who lives in Brooklyn, New York, was living in a loft in New York City for a while when she realized she wanted to start recording her backyard for a podcast.
Now she’s one of the creators of DLS TV, which allows you to record a live stream of your backyard for 30 days.
“I’ve always wanted to make the living room a little more magical,” she said.
“And then also, a little bit of a living space, so it was an opportunity to have a space that was my own and where I could really get into my own creative mode.”
Niedermanne’s DLSTV.com account is where you’ll find her recorded backyard.
When she was recording the backyard she said, “I started recording in the backyard and then I started going back and recording from my phone because I needed to stay on top of what I was recording and what I wasn’t.”
The site’s interface allows you customize your home’s sound.
You can also choose between different settings, like the color palette of the audio and the number of channels you can record.
You also can add different color accents for your backyard’s outdoor lighting.
Niedermnt is also looking for community.
“My goal with this podcast is to help bring people together, and the more people that I can get into the house, the more interesting and interesting it will be,” she told Vice.
“So we need to keep doing it.”