Off to a good start!
Just a couple of small notes for you to take a look at:
It looks like this is very close to done. Ten minutes work probably. Although it is your responsibility, I will be able to fix it for you (as there would be no further recording required). A pity to abandon it so close to the end!pbkuhn wrote: ↑March 24th, 2020, 6:49 amHi
I have been away from this project for a couple of months. I got sidetracked with work. I am now thinking it might be best to just end this project. I am huge fan of Librivox, though. I do want to my part. Is it a bad thing to terminate this?
I am going to have a little time in the next couple of months, but I am thinking I would have to restart everything with this.
Do you have any experience with this sort thing?
I am willing to stick with it if that is what is expected
Thanks, Larrysilverquill wrote: ↑March 24th, 2020, 8:44 amWell, let's make this easy --
I've clipped out the slight stumble, and the loud mke bump. There's just a little background rumble at that point, but it is minor and at an acceptable leve for me. So, I've marked the final section PL OK and Lynett, you can put this in the catalog if it is okay with our soloist.
It is more than those edits. I am only halfway through narration of this. This is not a complete project. It was to have 6 sections, not three. I would have just completed if it was that close, it was the issue of recording the last three cold that turned me away.
Edit: this project is not yet available!Lynnet wrote: ↑March 24th, 2020, 10:02 amAll audio files can be found on our catalog page: https://librivox.org/the-machine-that-saved-the-world-by-murray-leinster-2/