September 2014 News - back to News Flash

Reminder and Update: THOTH Recording Project

We recently sent out an announcement about the new THOTH recording project as the Mission's current primary focus. Since then, we have had a number of people participate in recording and sending in audios. We have decent (for now) audio recorded and uploaded for all pages from Saint John (Explained) through Supplements.

Some people even recorded some parts of THOTH using their cellphones, and the sound was surprisingly not bad (although we prefer you do it in a studio, with more professional equipment, if you can).

This, however, does not mean we are done with this project. We have a long way to go yet. In fact, we just recently put up a list of pages that still have to be recorded or re-recorded. As you can see from that list, there are lots of pages to go! So keep volunteering and recording the pages on that list. If you send in a decent recording of a page, that page will be deleted from the list until every page has audio to go with it.

After this part of the project is finished, we will let everyone listen to these recordings. If anyone thinks they can do a better job on a particular audio, they can send their version in, and if it is indeed better, we will replace the old version with theirs. In doing so we will improve these recordings until we reach perfection.

Another thing we will eventually do is create audio files of 30 minute or so segments of these recordings. That way, if we cannot find a volunteer to read in the mornings, or if a reader must be absent, these files can be broadcasted without any interruption or problem. However, as long as we have volunteers to read in the morning, they have priority over recorded files!

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