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Voice Recordings: audio literature

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These recordings were made in my office, not a professional studio, using a cheap microphone plugged into my soundcard.

All software used to make these recordings was Free Open Source Software.
I used Audacity to record and export files to .wav and .ogg, and ffmpeg to create mp3 files.

The computer used runs Debian Gnu/Linux (stable/lenny).

To hear music I’ve recorded in similar fashion (I play guitar and sing): click here.


English Literature:

Chaucer

  • Prologue to the Canterbury Tales (in Middle English): mp3 / ogg
  • Edgar Allen Poe

  • The Telltale Heart: mp3 / ogg

  • Spanish Literature / Literatura en Español

    Pablo Neruda

  • Cuerpo de Mujer: mp3 / ogg

  • French Literature / Literature en Français

    Charles Beaudelaire:

  • L’Homme et la Mer: mp3 / ogg

  • Brazilian and Portuguese Literature / Literatura Brasileira e Portuguesa

    Brasileira:

  • Soneta de Fidelidade por Vinícius Moraes: mp3 / ogg
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    Written by tonybaldwin

    May 12, 2010 at 12:09 pm

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