"This time I have found some more errors though, which need to be worked over once more (sorry
> at 0:24: "Like many other Northamptonshire villages" - stumble and repeat on Northampton; I think you need to re-read this entire part, it will be difficult just to cut out this word without noticing a glitch
> at 2:09: "Prim, always in black bonnet" - you say "prim, black bonnet" which makes the sentence incomplete
> at 2:58: "it was only to satisfy her curiosity and to criticise" - stumble and repeat at "criticise""
> at 6:34-6:35: "it had been her habit for three months past to take long walks for many miles across the country" - I would leave less space before "across the country". It belongs to the same sentence and sounds a bit odd if you wait so long to finish that sentence"
Those are corrected.
> at 7:09: "the connection of old Fotheringhay with the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots": here a disturbing background noise is starting up again. What could it be ?
it abruptly stops again at 10:59.
what I would suggest to get rid of it are the following steps:
1) highlight a sample of the noise around 10:55
2) Effect - Noise Cleaning - Get Noise Sample
3) then highlight ONLY the seconds from 7:09 - 10:59, because only there the noise is
4) Effect - Noise-Cleaning - OK (that way Audacity is only working on that part where the noise is)
> repeat this procedure (Points 1-4) a SECOND time, because it's not gone with doing it once. I tried it, after the second time, it's much better, the noise almost inaudible
I followed your above steps.
Now it sounds as if I read that section in a tunnel.
> at 7:14: "the splendid old Tudor house of Deene (the home of the Earls of Cardigan), the legends of King John concerning King's Cliffe" - the underlined part of sentence is missing
I have to say that the "raw" file did not even have that line. Operator error.
> at 10:46: "Io no" - it's "io" not "lo" ('i' not 'L') at the beginning
> at 10:52: "E torno per mai pin" - stumble and repeat, can be cut out. Also please note, there is a typo, it's not "pin" but "più" (read like English "pew")
Those are corrected.
I also fixed the words lasciare & ci.
You also made the most of the Italian
The Italian sounds disjointed to me. It is honestly okay? I feel as though I should record that area once more.
Please let me know how this file sounds now.