I am more of a writer than a speaker, though after some folks heard me on TV, they thought I had a good voice (and I confess, I would enjoy narrating a TV documentary). Thus, an experiment: this ﬁle is a rehash of my blog post on terrorism from yesterday, with a few odds and ends thrown in. I am no Alistair Cooke, though I tried. Thanks to Randy Thomas for introducing me to Audacity.
If readers enjoy it, I may do a few more of these. The ﬁle is around 4 Mbyte—more at the Internet Archive. Posted by Jack Yan, 13:45
Sounded great, a couple of "pops" from the mic, but other than that no problems. Moooorrrrrrrreeeee!
Thank you, everyone, for your support! (In the meantime, I have equipped my computer with voice recognition!)Post a Comment
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