[COMPLETE] St. John Chrysostom on 1st Corinthians Vol 2 - tg

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Jud3
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Post by Jud3 »

St. John Chysostom on First Corthinians (Vol.2), by St. John Chrysostom (c. 349 - c. 407)

This project is now complete! All audio files can be found on our catalog page: https://librivox.org/st-john-chrysostom-on-first-corinthians-volume-2-by-st-john-chrysostom/
Interpretative homilies on 1st Corinthians. Homilies # 25-44. (Summary by Soloist)
Source text (please read only from this text!): https://archive.org/details/05ALibraryOfFathersOfTheHolyCatholicV05/

Target completion date:

Prooflistening level: Standard
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LibriVox recording settings: mono (1 channel), 44100 Hz sample rate, 128 kbps constant bit rate MP3. See the Tech Specs

Intro to recording:
Leave 0.5 to 1 second of silence at the beginning.

For the first section, say:
"Section (or Chapter) # of St. John Chysostom on First Corthinians (Vol.2). This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org." [Optional: "Read by your name."] "St. John Chysostom on First Corthinians (Vol.2), by St. John Chrysostom. Section Title."
For the second and subsequent sections, you may use the shortened intro if you wish:
"Section (or Chapter) # of St. John Chysostom on First Corthinians (Vol.2), by St. John Chrysostom. This LibriVox recording is in the public domain." [Optional: "Read by your name."] "Section Title."
End of recording:
Say:
"End of section (or chapter) #." [Optional, and if not stated in the intro: "Read by your name, city, date."]
If you are recording the final section of the book, add:
"End of St. John Chysostom on First Corthinians (Vol.2), by St. John Chrysostom."
Leave 5 seconds of silence at the end.

Filename: firstcorthiniansvol2_##_chrysostom_128kb.mp3 where ## is the section number. (e.g. firstcorthiniansvol2_01_chrysostom_128kb.mp3)

Upload to the LibriVox Uploader: https://librivox.org/login/uploader

MC to select: TriciaG

Copy and paste the file link generated by the uploader into the relevant Listen URL field in the Section Compiler, enter the duration in the Notes field, and post in this thread to let your PL and MC know that you have uploaded a file. You may also post the file link in the thread.
Jud3
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Post by Jud3 »

Great. Thank you!
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Post by TriciaG »

I've set this up.

I've shortened the file name a bit.

Since you didn't add genre or keywords, I used the same ones as those in volume 1: Bible, New Testament, sermons, homilies, commentary, early church, 1 Corinthians. Feel free to let me know if you want to change or add any.

I recommend using the same section naming structure as in volume 1, e.g. "Homily XXV: 1 Cor. xi. 1–3" or whatever the chapter/verses are.

Holler if you have any questions!
Jud3
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Post by Jud3 »

Thank you!
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Chap 1 (Homily 25) ready for PL !
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Chap. 2 (Homily 26) ready for PL !
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Chap. 3 (Homily 27) ready for PL!
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Post by Jud3 »

Chap. 4 (Homily 28) ready for PL !
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Post by InTheDesert »

Back with internet again. Will be PLing these soon!
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Post by Jud3 »

Chap. 5 (Homily 29) ready for PL !
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Post by InTheDesert »

Jud3 wrote: May 29th, 2023, 3:15 pm Chap 1 (Homily 25) ready for PL !
And we're off! PL OK.
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Post by Jud3 »

Chap. 6 (Homily 30) ready for PL !
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Post by InTheDesert »

Section 2 is PL OK in the reading but it's longer than a LV track is allowed to be. Tricia our MC might jump in and give her advice here.

It also has the following technical errors:

Section 2 PL Notes:
  • 00:00 The volume of this track is 93.54dB. LV requires the overall volume for the track (measured by ReplayGain - you can try this tool if you want to check the volume) to be between 86-92dB (with 89dB being the ideal). The easiest way to fix this automatically is to use the 'Loudness Normalization' effect (set to -19LUFS) in recent versions of Audacity before exporting the track as an MP3. If you use RMS normalization, set it to -21dB. Another way to fix it would be to use the Amplify effect set to -5dB.
  • 00:00 Note (no change needed): The filename is not correct for this section. It should be firstcorthiniansvol2_02_chrysostom_128kb.mp3 instead of firstcorinthiansvol2_02_chrysostom_128kb.mp3. Please use the correct filename when you reupload!
Jud3
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Post by Jud3 »

Ok, I've worked on the volume and others. Is this any better?
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