Hi Michael, Glad to see you back! I've entered your contribution of Theodore Roosevelt's speech "Strength and Decency" in the Magic Window. Your source is in the public domain. What happens between here, and when your recording is ready to catalog are these steps:michaelb71 wrote: ↑August 9th, 2020, 12:13 pmrecording submitted: https://librivox.org/uploads/knotyouraveragejo/snf077_strengthanddecencytheodoreroosevelt_mb_128kb.mp3
1) As Book Coordinator (BC), I check to see that your recording passes the LibriVox Checker app (it does), and that the file name is formatted correctly (it isn't!), and that all the information we need provided about the recording is given in your post (it isn't)...
2) our Dedicated Proof Listener Soupy (Craig) will listen to your recording while following along with the text, and if there are any corrections needed, he'll let you know here on the thread.
3) You'll need to make any corrections to the recording which Craig has suggested, and you'll also need to correct the file name and provide needed info about the recording, and re-submit here. There is 2-week deadline for these things to be done.
File names can be tricky when you first start recording, and we all make mistakes with the names on occasion. So, it's no big deal! But they do need to be correct! Please take a close look at my instructions above, #2 and #4.
To help you out this time, here is how your file name will need to look, when you upload next time:
[title of work and author's name separated by _ last name of author only]
And we need these bits of info about the recording ( as per #4 in instructions): title, author, link, timing.
Please wait for Craig to PL your selection before you do anything about the file name.
Thank you for your contribution to Volume 077!