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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by crowwings » Sat 21. Feb 2015, 23:36

No reply yet?
Well, I did some pl-ing on this one, at least ...


part 27:
14:00 "if you don't love Terry ..." ... repeat
18.42 *snief*

the rest was fine!
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by SweetPea » Sun 22. Feb 2015, 00:18

No reply :( Do you want me to advertise for another proof listener?
I've fixed that one (grrr, I recently had a cold and I thought I had edited all the sniffs out)

http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/U ... gomery.mp3 :)
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by SweetPea » Sun 22. Feb 2015, 00:25

SweetPea wrote:Thank you!

Edit:
PL notes:

Part 1, chapter 6: in the intro you said part 2, chapter 6

Part 1, chapter 10: PL OK!

Part 2, chapter 6: @ 9:27: I gave Jane Marden's a lemon rise should be lemon rinse
Thank you! You read very nicely :)

I'm going to fix the first PL note. Not sure yet what to do about the second one, but I'll figure something out before the end of the project. Or maybe Tiffany will be back by then :)
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by Elizabby » Mon 23. Feb 2015, 10:12

I think I've done this right, so here should be sections 2 and 3!

http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/m ... gomery.mp3 (30:45)
http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/m ... gomery.mp3 (8:18)

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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by Elizabby » Mon 23. Feb 2015, 10:15

SweetPea wrote:
SweetPea wrote:Thank you!

Edit:
PL notes:

Part 1, chapter 6: in the intro you said part 2, chapter 6

Part 1, chapter 10: PL OK!

Part 2, chapter 6: @ 9:27: I gave Jane Marden's a lemon rise should be lemon rinse
Thank you! You read very nicely :)

I'm going to fix the first PL note. Not sure yet what to do about the second one, but I'll figure something out before the end of the project. Or maybe Tiffany will be back by then :)
Is that fiddlesticks? She's also on LV under the same username. She told me she's busy at the moment, but I think she'd want to do minor corrections to get the section finished - so maybe go PM her over on LV and see if you can raise a response.

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Post by crowwings » Mon 23. Feb 2015, 16:18

Part 27 spot pl okay now :D
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by SweetPea » Mon 23. Feb 2015, 17:45

Elizabby wrote:I think I've done this right, so here should be sections 2 and 3!

http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/m ... gomery.mp3 (30:45)
http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/m ... gomery.mp3 (8:18)
Thank you!
crowwings wrote:Part 27 spot pl okay now :D
Thank you!
Elizabby wrote:Is that fiddlesticks? She's also on LV under the same username. She told me she's busy at the moment, but I think she'd want to do minor corrections to get the section finished - so maybe go PM her over on LV and see if you can raise a response.
She doesn't have internet anymore so she had to give up a lot of her projects :(
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by SweetPea » Mon 23. Feb 2015, 20:05

Beth,
I think this is the first time I've heard you not in a DR, and I kept expecting someone else's voice to come in :lol:
Section 3 is PL OK!
Section 2 is much too quiet (79 db) :?

Thanks!
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by Elizabby » Tue 24. Feb 2015, 04:29

SweetPea wrote: Section 2 is much too quiet (79 db)
Oh yes, I made a mental note to fix the volume in this file and then forgot all about it! Fixed now. New link:

http://upload.legamus.eu/simple/files/C ... gomery.mp3

I'd forgotten how much I like this book! I'll plan to come back and read some more, once I have "Wives and Daughters" a bit more under control. 5 Chapters narrated, 55 to go! :shock:

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Post by SweetPea » Tue 24. Feb 2015, 04:47

Elizabby wrote:I'd forgotten how much I like this book! I'll plan to come back and read some more, once I have "Wives and Daughters" a bit more under control. 5 Chapters narrated, 55 to go! :shock:
Yikes! The longest book I ever did was Anne of the Island, which was only 41 chapters and they were mostly really short ;)
Section 2 is PL OK!
Now, back to adding text links to Dr. Dolittle. Adding text links is my least favourite part of BC'ing a DR. I always mess it up.
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Post by SweetPea » Wed 8. Apr 2015, 04:25

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Post by crowwings » Wed 8. Apr 2015, 06:03

Downloading :D
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Post by crowwings » Thu 9. Apr 2015, 07:42

Section 40 and 41 pl okay :)
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Post by SweetPea » Thu 9. Apr 2015, 17:50

Thanks! :)
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by SweetPea » Sat 11. Apr 2015, 01:38

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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by BUTT3R » Sat 11. Apr 2015, 15:28

I am delighted by this project. :) May I recite Chapter 12?
I find the subject matter touching and emotional.
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Post by BUTT3R » Sat 11. Apr 2015, 21:05

Hi, I notice that my previous post did not go through? Maybe it is because I am new.

I would certainly enjoy recording Chapter 12.

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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by Viktor » Sat 11. Apr 2015, 22:10

Hello BUTT3R,
yes, as a new member your post needed to be approved.
May I ask you in which country you live?

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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by SweetPea » Sat 11. Apr 2015, 22:57

Hi Butt3r,
Sure, I'd love to have you read chapter 12, as long as you're outside of the US.

Thank you! :)
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Re: Group [ENG] Anne of Windy Poplars by L. M. Montgomery -

Post by SweetPea » Sun 21. Jun 2015, 01:29

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