Joao is My Name

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Post by Queequeg1 » January 12th, 2019, 8:19 am

I am glad to share space here and join this platform with others here. I am a fan of literature, like many here. I enjoyed first Ronald Dahl, then Joseph Conrad, and now many other authors interest me now. I want to use language as well to help me communicate with others around me. Also, I love athletics and sports and I enjoy contact with Nature.

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Post by SaraHale » January 12th, 2019, 8:50 am

Hello Joao,

Welcome to LibriVox! We're so happy to have you. :clap:

To get started, you need to record a one minute test. We do that to check our tech specs are correct. Once you get the PL Ok you can participate in the projects that you like.

3 things I share in my welcome message are:
1) Checker Program. It checks all the tech specs of the recording.
2) Replay Gain ( if you're using Audacity.
3) A wiki with all the Instructional Videos ( that you'll need. You find more information on the one-minute test like finding and uploading it.

We're a friendly community so feel free to ask questions. Someone is sure to help you. :thumbs:
Constructive criticism is always welcome. Thanks, SaraHale. :D

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Post by KevinS » July 6th, 2019, 10:11 am

Hi! I'm writing to offer my own greeting to you and to remind you that should you have any questions about LibriVox, feel free to ask. I'm available quite a lot and you may send me a pm or simply add to the Introductions thread.

I'm relatively new to LibriVox, but have settled in pretty well and am enjoying myself a lot! I like being able to contribute in my own humble way and you might like to do the same.

Anyway, I offer my welcome and my hope that you'll wish to become an active member. And maybe more important than that: you'll always enjoy listening to the great stories, poems, and other chapters that LibriVox offers.

"E agora, José?"

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