Section 1 (I do like Phillis Wheatley's poetry. It is too bad she died so young as she was an amazing woman.)
1. There needs to be just a tiny bit of silence added to the start so that it is between 0.5 and 1 second.
2. I would recommend running this through noise reduction to clean up the background noise throughout. It will give the listener a better listening experience.
3. At about 5:15, I hear "moral" in the poem line "5:15 sounds like "moral" in the poem line "Attune the harp to more than mortal lays".
4. At about 6:18, I hear "thy" in the poem line "Which Thou hast promised for the Saviour's sake."
5. At about 8:23, please add "one" to "end of section".
Section 2 (That poor man. What a horrible experience.)
1. Your volume is too high here. Please reduce it by around 3dB.
2. At about 5:42, please add the "two" to the "end of section".
3. Running this through noise reduction wouldn't hurt to clear up the background noise, but isn't necessary as it is not that distracting and reducing the volume might clear that up too.
1. At around 0:27, there are some loud noises. I would suggest you delete those.
2. At around 3:02, please add the "three" to "end of section".
1. At about 4:25, please add the "four" to "end of section".
2. The volume here is acceptable, but on the high side. It doesn't need to be changed here unless you wish to, but I believe the desired range is 89-90 dB. (Larry can correct me here if I am wrong.)
I did enjoy listening to your reading. I could hear it getting better and better as I progressed through the sections.
Please let me know if you have any questions.