Right, I think I'm on the right track, then. I haven't applied any digital "effects" anywhere, and understand why that's risky business, if not outright outlawed for any number of reasons. The "overlay" is just her background reaction, at a low volume, behind my narration, which I think remains clear, but that's where an outside opinion is very useful. It's too easy to get tunnel vision about any little thing. I really appreciate the structure of librivox, which seems to embrace critical analysis. I invite it, and am not offended by it. I thought this would be a good way to measure the boundaries and know how to make the most excellent product. I'll lean heavily on Larry's input.So I would say, if they can speak lively, so much the better. But don't overdo it on the artificially enhancing and overlaying sound effects. Let's say, imagine you 4 are sitting in front of a kindergarten class and doing a group reading, everything you can do with your voices on that day will be fine, but you would not bring your computer for that session and start overlaying coughs and such.
Ok, I see now that, since I'm solo, I can update the magic window myself. I'll give it a shot.
Yeah... I think so... that kind of thing isn't especially unusual, right? And we could change it later for future books? But again, I'm not sure what you can and can't do before you get that snail-mail with my signature of consent for under-agers. Perhaps you can proceed just fine in parallel, and just need that on file eventually... I'll get around to posting it in the next day or two, on the next trip to town.so if I understand you correctly, I should open their reader pages with twice the same name (eg macaine). I should not mention their real names. That's fine. We do as you wish. Just wanted to be clear.