[SOLO] Practical View of Real Christianity by Wilberforce-tg

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Post by LillisJoy » January 9th, 2018, 10:50 am

Oh no! I just did a spot check of section 2 and realized something is very wrong ... I think a clip got out of sync and now all the cuts are not aligned ... yikes. Should not have spoken so quickly. :(

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Post by silverquill » January 9th, 2018, 11:31 pm

Section 1 is fine except for 13:34 REPEAT: But it may not be improper here to touch on two

Section 2 God until about 6:05 where the problem begins. I'm not sure what happened. I hope you don't have to do all of it over again. Is this just an unedited file?

Oh, my -- just visited your blog briefly. I'll have to read more I haven't been to the African continent yet, but traveled a lot in Asia, including a total of 8 years in Korea, and most recently a trip to Nepal and India. (Also 4 yrs in Haiti doing medical work).

Looking forward to listening to the rest of your reading. So well done! (Great book, too!!)

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Post by LillisJoy » January 10th, 2018, 11:14 am

Cutting out the repeat was easy. Fixing the crazy phase shift in Ch. 2 was ridiculous and I finally just started over. I didn't have to re-record, thankfully, because the original file was still intact. But I did have to make all the edits again. I'm not yet a very precise and smooth reader. I end up having to clip out about 1/3 to half of my recorded audio. :roll:

Anyway ... both are in now and SHOULD be fine. (Fingers crossed) My goal for this project is to get about one section done per week.

And I'm glad you've been enjoying the blog! I've not actually been to Asia yet, but I'm taking a group of students to India in about three weeks and I'm pretty excited about that.

:-)

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Post by silverquill » January 10th, 2018, 11:31 am

LillisJoy wrote:
January 10th, 2018, 11:14 am
Cutting out the repeat was easy. Fixing the crazy phase shift in Ch. 2 was ridiculous and I finally just started over. I didn't have to re-record, thankfully, because the original file was still intact. But I did have to make all the edits again. I'm not yet a very precise and smooth reader. I end up having to clip out about 1/3 to half of my recorded audio. :roll:

Anyway ... both are in now and SHOULD be fine. (Fingers crossed) My goal for this project is to get about one section done per week.

And I'm glad you've been enjoying the blog! I've not actually been to Asia yet, but I'm taking a group of students to India in about three weeks and I'm pretty excited about that.

:-)
Okay, I'll PL tonight. What you describe is about average for editing -- something I wasn't warned about. I'm still waiting to get better . :shock:
I recorded my first poem a dozen or more times, thinking I had to get it perfect before I caught on to the editing process.

I had only a short day trip into Siliguri, India, just across the easetern Nepali border. We had to postpone our planned trip to Darjeeling and Sikkim due to political unrest in both places. I hope we make it on our next trip, and we would love to make it into Bhutan, but that is not as easy.

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Post by silverquill » January 21st, 2018, 10:21 pm

Hmm. Slipped by me.
Anyway, I'm marking these all PL OK.

Just one consideration. For the project Section 03, you say in the Intro, "Chapter 2, Section 2 and at the end, "End of Section 2." I found this confusing.

I wonder if it might be better to use the LV Section numbers, in a format like this:

INTRO: "Section 3, Chapter 2, Part 2" and for the OUTRO just, "End of Section 3"

I think that keeps the reader on track with the sequence of the LV sections as wall as the chapter parts.

Tricia might have some suggestions in this regard, but thought I share my thoughts.

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