COMPLETE: Mother Goose in Prose by L. Frank Baum - CL/ce

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soundchest
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Post by soundchest » January 16th, 2007, 8:32 pm

I would love to read section 17. May I?

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Post by soundchest » January 16th, 2007, 8:38 pm

soundchest wrote:I would love to read section 17. May I?

soundchest
I should have added the name of section 17. It is "How The Beggars Came To Town."

I Was replying to:
westwinds12 wrote:Mother Goose in Prose by L. Frank Baum is a collection of nursery rhymes with associated stories that explain and give context to the rhyme.

We are down to the final stretch?

Found a chapter that needs to be re-recorded:
17 ? How the beggars came to town

Please post in the book specific forum to claim the chapter for reading
The forum can be found in Readers Found:

http://librivox.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2839&start=0

Thanks,
Westwinds12

soundchest
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Post by soundchest » January 18th, 2007, 12:16 am

Mother Goose In Prose
#17 How The Beggars Came To Town
L. Frank Baum

Done but
---Please check for sound quality since this is my first read. I did edit and listened to the whole file while reading original text. The words match but, there is a click at 16:51. I can't seem to edit it out. Should I splice the file and re-record at that point? I will request for feedback on the 'listeners wanted' board as well. Is there anything else in dire need of improvement? Should I just re-record the whole thing as take 12 (or something)? Any suggestions?

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westwinds12
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Post by westwinds12 » January 18th, 2007, 1:41 pm

Soundchest
thank you for jumping in..
I have put you in the Librivox catalog ( your name is now in the table in the first post of this forum)
I am downloading the file now..

WW12

Edit: I did the proof listening ...
You did a wonderful job recording that story - !!
I hope you will do more readings for Librivox in the Future.
the click was not very noticeable so we will go with the file .. as is..

Thank you again for helping us get this book completed..
WW12

soundchest
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Post by soundchest » January 18th, 2007, 2:39 pm

westwinds12 wrote:Soundchest

... the click was not very noticeable so we will go with the file .. as is..

Thank you again for helping us get this book completed..

WW12
Westwinds12,

Thanks for the quick reply and acceptance.

I won't bother with 'take 12' tonight :wink: and will move on to the next story.

soundchest

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Post by ceastman » January 19th, 2007, 10:33 am

We're done! The project has been entered into the catalog.

Please everyone check out the catalog page:

http://www.archive.org/details/mother_goose_prose_librivox


and make sure everything looks okay!

I'll move this to the Completed Projects forum in a couple of days, just so everyone has a chance to see this. :)

-Catharine

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