COMPLETE: STOPS or How to Punctuate, by P Allardyce - law

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Post by Shurtagal » July 10th, 2007, 9:03 pm

Thx Nicholas I'm DLing it now
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Post by Kristen » July 11th, 2007, 12:38 am

I will do Inverted Commas - body
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Post by Shurtagal » July 11th, 2007, 12:42 am

All right I'll sign you up. Hey, make sure you catch the upcoming LV Stats podcast. It will be sent in 120 seconds after someone tells me who has recorded the most sections for LV.
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Post by Kristen » July 11th, 2007, 12:58 am

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Post by Kristen » July 11th, 2007, 1:00 am

That was so fast and fun. I'll do Reference to Notes, too, please.
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Post by Shurtagal » July 11th, 2007, 1:02 am

All right thx Kristen.
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Post by Kristen » July 11th, 2007, 1:24 am

References to Notes is done. Even though it needs no editing together, I'm submitting it in wav format, in csae you're doing any sound filtering on the files.

http://www.mediatinker.com/librivox/stops_15_allerdyce.wav

Enough punctutional reading for me. Time to make dinner. :-)
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Post by Shurtagal » July 11th, 2007, 1:28 am

thx Kristen. Be sure to post what you eat in the Official ATE thread
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Post by stepheather » July 14th, 2007, 5:40 pm

Hi,
I'm a newbie (as you can tell by the date!), and I'm interested in reading for this project. I was thinking I could pick up some of the examples sections that have not been claimed, but I'm not entirely sure what you need in those.
--What information do you need read at the beginning of the examples recording?
--What information do you need read at the end of the examples recording?
I made a preliminary recording of the examples for the introduction, but obviously, I need to do some more work...
Thanks,
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Post by chocoholic » July 14th, 2007, 6:46 pm

Welcome, Stephanie! Just letting you know, Shurtagal is away for a couple of days. He's doing the editing for this, so it's probably best to wait for him to return to advise you on specifics for this project. In the meantime, if you have any questions about recording in general, let me know! (Sounds like you've made a good start already. :))
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Post by Shurtagal » July 14th, 2007, 11:08 pm

Stephanie -

Welcome to LibriVox. For the examples sections all we need is
an example reader wrote: And [Your name here, to show whos reading]. [click] Example 1: [whatever it is] Example 2: [whatever it is]
ect. thru however many examples there are. You can include your name again at the end with additional details (e.g. time, date, place, blog, website, podcast, ) Your real name and associated information are not required, I use a pseudonym in my recording for privacy.

Also, as a new reader I need some information for the catalog a) is there a name that you want credited in the catalog if not your forum name will be used? b) is there a web page that you want your name to link to in the catalog?

Hope that answers your questions! If you have more don't hesitate to ask!!

P.S. once you've decided which parts you would like tell me and I can put your name in the box in the first post.
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Post by smijen » July 15th, 2007, 11:10 am

Shurtagal wrote:
an example reader wrote: And [Your name here, to show whos reading]. [click] Example 1: [whatever it is] Example 2: [whatever it is]
ect. thru however many examples there are.
Shurtagal - can you please clarify the example numbering?

From the top message:
Shurtagal wrote:Also for indented text please preface it with “example ##” where ## is whether it is the first, second, third, fourth, &c example for that rule.
I thought we were to restart the numbering for each new rule; e.g., rule IX has examples 1-6, rule X has examples 1-3.

From your message above, and your examples in the semi-colon, it looks like you want the examples for each section numbered straight through.

And I also now notice that Kara has started renumbering with each new paragraph; e.g., rule XXIX has examples 1, 2, 1, 1, 2.

So I'm afraid that no matter which way you make your "ruling" :wink: , some of us will have more editing to do. :(

Please let us know. thanks, smijen

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Post by Shurtagal » July 15th, 2007, 10:28 pm

I have noticed this. It seemed minor enough (since it is an adaptation for listen ability) that i didn't bother to mention it plus more editing is never fun. So any way to number the examples is fine, (I'm sorry I wasn't more clear) all I ask is that you are consistent in all of your own recordings. hope that clears that up, any other questions?
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Post by smijen » July 15th, 2007, 11:54 pm

Shurtagal wrote:I have noticed this. It seemed minor enough ... more editing is never fun.
:clap:
Sounds good to me!

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Post by stepheather » July 16th, 2007, 7:42 am

Hi,
Please just use my forum name: stepheather. I don't have any website to link to.

Please put me down for the examples on the Introduction, Mark of Exclamation, and Ellipsis sections.

Another few questions:
--Is there a common courtesy practiced in how many sections of any one book you take?
--Shurtagal, what did you mean by "[click]" in telling me what to say? Make a loud noise? I noticed someone else said they made loud noises to make the editing easier, but I'm not really sure what to do there.
--Are there really only three examples in the Introduction? Did the reader for the body read the first one that I see, which is not indented, but is called an example ("He never convinces the reason,...")?

Okay, enough for now. Thanks for your patience.
Stephanie

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