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Hello Elaine,Lainiehf wrote: ↑February 16th, 2020, 1:22 pmHello! Does this sound okay? Advice always welcome. Thank you!
Edit: Using Audacity, on Windows, with an MP3 mic.
Clearly and well read. Good technicals. You are good to go. Proof Listen OK.
You don't need to do this now, but you might experiment with noise cleaning as shown here: https://wiki.librivox.org/index.php/Noise_Cleaning. I recommend making this a part of your editing routine. There's a barely perceptible background noise. I'm just being picky and you are good to go as you are.
If you haven't already, you might spend some time browsing through the LibriVox Wiki. It contains a wealth of great information that you'll find useful and informative about who does what, and various technical aspects.
Then spend some time becoming familiar with the forum and looking for projects that you think you'd enjoy working on. Just jump right in wherever it feels comfortable. Most of all, always have fun. You'll find lots of interesting material to record. If you're like me, you'll also discover you're learning a lot in the process and being exposed to books I otherwise wouldn't have opened or known about. You'll be contributing to an interesting project and interacting with a lot of fun and varied fellow LibriVox volunteers in the process.
Thank you again for participating in Librivox