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Post by JoeD » July 21st, 2009, 7:54 pm

The Jacobin wrote:Section 26
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http://upload.librivox.org/share/uploads/kb/againstheresies_26_robertsrambaut.mp3
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Post by kmerline » July 22nd, 2009, 3:20 pm

David, Sec 26 is just fine!

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Post by hearhis » July 31st, 2009, 11:02 pm

I'd like to jump in with section 39 and 40.
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Post by JoeD » August 1st, 2009, 6:23 pm

hearhis wrote:I'd like to jump in with section 39 and 40.
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Hello HearHis. Sections 39 and 40 are all yours!!

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Post by Shipley » August 11th, 2009, 7:07 pm

I request to be assigned Chapter 31. Sorry to cherry pick something very short, but this will be my first Librivox reading, so I'd like to start with a short one and work up!

The chapter is so short, I thought I would record the whole thing as a test recording and let the commentators tell me of my (no doubt numerous) faults.

Please enter my catalog name as David Cole.

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Post by Shipley » August 12th, 2009, 5:35 am

Obviously, I should not post messages late at night!

My previous post was unclear. I wish to claim Section 13, Book 1, Chapter 31.

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Post by JoeD » August 14th, 2009, 8:05 am

Shipley wrote:Obviously, I should not post messages late at night!

My previous post was unclear. I wish to claim Section 13, Book 1, Chapter 31.
Hi David - section 13 is all yours..!!

Your strategy to make your first recording a short one, is a good one. But I will also suggest that before you even do that, you try submitting a short (10 sec) test recording - just to make sure you have all your technical bugs worked out first.

Welcome to Librivox, and I look forward to hearing your recording..!!

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Post by JoeD » August 23rd, 2009, 6:54 pm

I just assigned myself sections 08, 11 and 12.

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Post by kmerline » August 27th, 2009, 11:01 am

Joe - Sec 4 is just fine! :)

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Post by kmerline » August 29th, 2009, 11:03 am

Sec 5 is just fine! :)

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Post by Shipley » August 30th, 2009, 1:01 pm

Dear JoeD:

Section 13 has been uploaded 5:59, 5.75 mB, at:

http://upload.librivox.org/share/uploads/kb/againstheresies_13_robertsrambaut.mp3

It was accidentally uploaded twice, since I managed to lose the URL the first time (no doubt a classic newbie mistake)! The two files are identical so please delete the superfluous one.

I did not follow literally your suggestion of doing a short extract as a test piece first, because after signing up for this chapter I contributed a very short (65 second) piece to the "Dialects and Accents Collection Volume 1", cross-posting this to the "Listeners and Editors Wanted" forum as a test piece, and receiving several helpful comments.

In the middle of Paragraph 3 of this Chapter, the reading "drawn" is deliberate; the text you prepared reads "drown" which appears to make no sense in context and to be an obvious scanning error. Obviously, if you consider your original is correct, I will re-record.

I note from the various recordings already on file that there does not seem to be a uniform pronunciation of "Irenaeus". On the assumption that this is a Latinized form, I have pronounced in "IR-N-EYE-US" following the classical Latin I learned a very long time ago. Again, if you consider this incorrect, I shall be pleased to re-record.

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Post by JoeD » August 31st, 2009, 4:56 pm

Thanks for your recording Shipley..!!
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In the middle of Paragraph 3 of this Chapter, the reading "drawn" is deliberate; the text you prepared reads "drown" which appears to make no sense in context and to be an obvious scanning error.
Good eye, Shipley - I checked my copy off archive.org, and you are indeed correct. I downloaded the whole book in pdf format because all too often there are scanning errors just like what you found.
I note from the various recordings already on file that there does not seem to be a uniform pronunciation of "Irenaeus". On the assumption that this is a Latinized form, I have pronounced in "IR-N-EYE-US" following the classical Latin I learned a very long time ago. Again, if you consider this incorrect, I shall be pleased to re-record.
Interesting! Well, considering I have had no Latin courses, and am just winging it with the pronounciations, I am sure you know better than I. I spent some time researching the pronouciation of the translator (Rombaut), so you'd think I would spend some time on the actual author..!! If I was being a stickler though, it looks to me like the Greek is pronounced something closer to "Eye-ren-NEYE-ohs", where I actually pronouce it like my old professor did - "Eye-ren-NAY-us". :?

Thanks again for the recording, Shipley..!!

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