Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Freedom's Sons Prologue, On Audio With Soundtrack

Hi, guys: 

Referring to this week's Radio Free Northwest: for those of you who want to see what can be done with audio recordings of the Northwest novels, if anyone ever has the time and focus to really get into the project:

I am attaching links to two large files, which you must download individually from Sendspace.com

https://www.sendspace.com/file/1w83td   Part 1 

https://www.sendspace.com/file/5t07i6     Part 2 

This is myself reading the Prologue to the fifth and last Northwest novel, Freedom's Sons. This audio was actually uploaded in a single file to Radio Free Northwest some years ago.

 A soundtrack was added later on by a comrade, which I think you will find interesting. For some reason, which he may have told me but which I have now forgotten, he did this by splitting the single large MP3 file into two parts. These recordings are in .wma format. 

That comrade made up about two dozen CDs of the complete soundtracked Prologue, with both files on each CD in correct order to reunite the whole large file. This was 78 minutes in length, just barely within the 80-minute limit to put onto a commercial blank CD of the kind you can purchase in bulk at Wal-mart or Best Buy. (This is just the Prologue; you can get some idea of how long an audio reading of the entire huge novel would be.) 

He then printed up color jackets for these CDs with a Tricolor flag and a blurb. He sent these to me and I have parceled them out very carefully to special supporters. After which, he lost interest and wandered away, or else he just inexplicably went dark as so many of "our" people do after their first flush of enthusiasm. Haven't heard from him in years.

Anybody want to pick up where he left off?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why viewers still use to read news papers when in this technological
world the whole thing is presented on net?

9:24 PM  

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