Oh, I think we sound good together, Kevin.KevinS wrote: ↑August 23rd, 2019, 10:23 amhttps://librivox.org/uploads/triciag/unitariancatechism_both_01_128kb.mp3
Not really a finished product, but I thought you like to hear it. I want to balance some of the volumes or tones. (I don't really know the lingo.) It's basically a matter of the intro and outro.
I left in your announcing the chapter number and title. Is that all right? Also, do you want a voice credit in the recording? I only do so if the BC asks for it and won't do so here unless you want it.
You've done a great job of putting this into a easy to listen to recording.
I've gone ahead and marked this PL OK, as well as the Intro.
You can still play with it some, but sounds fine to me.
As far as voice credit, I usually like to have one somewhere, but you are BC, so you're call.
I'm looking forward to the rest of the book.
And, yest, Congregationalism is a major influence here in New England.
I've visited the original church in Plymouth, MA, split from the one across the street.
And, we had a good fellow pastor friend who was pastor of Old Ship Church, now Congregational, in Hingham, MA, and claims to be the oldest continuously used house of worship in the U.S. If there is only one church in a New England town or village, it will most likely be Congregational. I'm sure not all of them would subscribe to this catechism though. Many are UCC now, which is another story.