[Complete] Stories by Foreign Authors - Spanish - lt

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Post by Lynnet » May 20th, 2017, 6:29 am

Stories by Foreign Authors - Spanish by various ( - 0).
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A collection of 5 short stories, written by Spanish authors and translated into English. ( Lynne Thompson)
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    6. Link to author on Wikipedia (if available): ( various) : n/a
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    8. Number of sections (files) this project will have: 5
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    10. Original publication date (if known): 1898
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Post by Mayah92 » May 30th, 2017, 9:25 am

Hello,

Can I claim the TALL WOMAN?



Mayah
Carpe diem :)

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Post by Lynnet » May 30th, 2017, 10:16 am

Mayah92 wrote:Hello,

Can I claim the TALL WOMAN?



Mayah
You certainly may (and that is certainly a foreign concept to me, being vertically challenged :roll: )
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Post by Mayah92 » August 7th, 2017, 9:25 am

Hello Lynnet,

Here is section 1, The Tall Woman: time 46min37

https://librivox.org/uploads/lynnet/spanishauthors_01_allarcon_128kb.mp3

Hope everything is fine.
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Post by Lynnet » August 7th, 2017, 6:24 pm

Mayah92 wrote:Hello Lynnet,

Here is section 1, The Tall Woman: time 46min37

https://librivox.org/uploads/lynnet/spanishauthors_01_allarcon_128kb.mp3

Hope everything is fine.
Thank you.
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Post by Margot » August 18th, 2017, 9:51 am

I'm happy to PL The Tall Woman. And I'm new to this, so where and how do I post my comments after listening?

Here on the board?

Margot

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Post by Lynnet » August 18th, 2017, 10:23 am

Margot wrote:I'm happy to PL The Tall Woman. And I'm new to this, so where and how do I post my comments after listening?

Here on the board?

Margot
Thank you for volunteering.
There are some tips and a practice quiz here: http://wiki.librivox.org/index.php/ProofListening_tips_and_quiz

I would recommend listening through headphones and then just listen for obvious errors. There is no need to follow along with the text for standard proof listening (so as long as it makes sense, don't worry too much about accuracy of every and, but, etc.)
You should look for things like "He ran into.... he ran through the door" or where a reader has had trouble with a particular word e.g. "pert... part...partickler...particular" and hasn't edited out the goofs. Sneezes, doors banging etc should also be edited out, but noises in the distance (traffic, birds, barking dogs) are OK unless you fall off your chair when you hear them. Also, is the file very loud or very soft? We do have a program we use for checking this (and a few other technical things) and if you decide to become serious, I'd recommend downloading it (it's free).
When you've listened, just post any comments here. I will mark the Magic Window. If you become a Dedicated Proof Listener (DPL), you would be given access to the MW you were working on.
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Post by Margot » August 18th, 2017, 11:48 am

Thanks for the great help. I've listened to about 20 minutes and it mostly sounds fine except that every two minutes there are long pauses with repeats. I have marked the start times and the sayings that are being repeated but I'm not sure if I need to write down all the words being repeated and which times to write down. They should all be easy to edit as the reader has corrected herself in her repeat. This is hard work, should I keep going? So far there are 19 long pauses with repeats. But other than that the recording meets all the requirements and sounds great.

Margot

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Post by Margot » August 18th, 2017, 2:52 pm

I have finished the LP. Let me know how detailed you would like me to type up the times and words that are repeated. I can try to listen to the sections and write down just the times that need to be cut when edited or I have the beginning times of the problem section. They all seem like very easy edits and the rest of the recording is great.

Margot

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Post by Lynnet » August 18th, 2017, 5:16 pm

Thank you, Margot. How you mark the errors is largely up to you... As it sounds like what we would call a 'stumble' (the wrong word falls out of our mouths somehow, but we know it and correct ourselves), you could list them as:

~0:45 stumble
~3:02 stumble etc.
The reader should be able to find the spot and correct it quite easily, especially if working backwards (otherwise everything gets moved every time there is a cut).

If it seems like the wrong word, some PLers say :
"I heard 'his trip lasted three hours' and I expected to hear 'his trip lasted three weeks'" (seems nicer than "idiot, you got it wrong :roll: " :lol: )

If a phrase is just repeated (maybe the reader decided to phrase it differently, changing the emphasis), just say :
"~5:18 repeated phrase".
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Post by Margot » August 21st, 2017, 1:12 pm

All of these are Repeat Edits and the reader has continued with the correct reading. They should be easily edited out. I've listed them in reverse order to help with the editing times.

~52:53 - 53:56 Repeat paragraph
~50:19 Repeat
~49:52 Repeat
~46:00-46:11 Long Pause
~45:07-18 Repeat
~44:46 Repeat
~40:13-18 Repeat
~39:57 Repeat
~39:17 Repeat
~37:49-38:00 Repeat
~37:15 Repeat
~34:36 Repeat
~32:50 Repeat
~31:03-30 Two Repeats
~29:30 Repeat
~28:35 Repeat 2X
~26:18 Repeat
~25:41 Repeat
~22:03-22:26 Repeat 2X
~21:20 Repeat
~20:38 Repeat
~19:33 Repeat
~17:08 Repeat
~13:32 Repeat
~10:59 Repeat
~10:40 Repeat
~8:56 Repeat
~7:29 Repeat
~3:55 Repeat

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Post by Lynnet » August 21st, 2017, 2:43 pm

Margot wrote:All of these are Repeat Edits and the reader has continued with the correct reading. They should be easily edited out. I've listed them in reverse order to help with the editing times.

~52:53 - 53:56 Repeat paragraph
~50:19 Repeat
~49:52 Repeat
~46:00-46:11 Long Pause
~45:07-18 Repeat
~44:46 Repeat
~40:13-18 Repeat
~39:57 Repeat
~39:17 Repeat
~37:49-38:00 Repeat
~37:15 Repeat
~34:36 Repeat
~32:50 Repeat
~31:03-30 Two Repeats
~29:30 Repeat
~28:35 Repeat 2X
~26:18 Repeat
~25:41 Repeat
~22:03-22:26 Repeat 2X
~21:20 Repeat
~20:38 Repeat
~19:33 Repeat
~17:08 Repeat
~13:32 Repeat
~10:59 Repeat
~10:40 Repeat
~8:56 Repeat
~7:29 Repeat
~3:55 Repeat
Thank you.
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Post by Lynnet » August 21st, 2017, 2:45 pm

Mayah, did you accidentally upload an unedited file? It's easily done unless you name your first draft and edited version differently.
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Post by Mayah92 » August 23rd, 2017, 3:19 pm

Hi Lynnet,

You were right about the file, I am sending the edited one to you now, and so sorry for this mistake.

Time: 46min 37
https://librivox.org/uploads/lynnet/storiesbyforeignauthorsspanish_01_various_128kb.mp3


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Post by Margot » August 31st, 2017, 9:07 am

I'll be happy to PL the edited version.

Margot

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