thank you, Patrick. I was looking forward to this poem and you read it very well Wow what a massacre on that day Didn't think it would turn out that gruesome.PatrS wrote: ↑January 7th, 2020, 6:45 amHere is section 49.
The length is 14:35.
Textually all perfect, but I have a few notes concerning some lengthy pauses. If you could down your breaks a bit in the following places, this would make the flow of the story better. Any pause over 2 seconds feels very long for a listener, and one gets thrown out of the story, which would be a bit of a pity here
So this is what I would suggest to correct, nothing else. Best to start with the final PL note, then the time stamps will stay the same
> at 0:01: 3 seconds are too long to start. Please reduce to 0.5 to 1 second maximum
> at 0:31: between "1388" and "in the times...": lengthy pause
> at 1:31: between "mountains of Cheviot" and "within days three": lengthy pause in the same sentence
> at 3:34: I' the bounds of Tivydale – this is the abbreviation for "in", not the pronoun "I"
> at 9:35: between "a large cloth-yard and mair" and "two better captains": lengthy pause
> at 10:13: between "they were wet" and "there was never a freke": lengthy pause
> at 12:45: "i' faith, should never be" – also here it means "in faith"
> at 12:58: between "Cheviot within" and "God have mercy": lengthy pause
> at 13:51: between "battle of Otterbourn" and "at Otterbourn began": lengthy pause
and finally, since you have to reupload anyway, please change the filename number to only double digits "49", not "049". We have less than 100 sections here, so 2 numbers are enough
Thank you, great job. Only these few cuts to make and then we're ok.