bryan gibson wrote:
> if someone can kindly guide me to the means to record and post ity, I'll
> happliy do so. Ive no experience with such things, though I know they are
> oput there.
If you get an inexpensive MP3 player with a voice record function and a
USB cable then you have most of what you need to make archival recordings
of your work. We aren't talking about great recordings here, just clear
words and tunes suitable for distributing digitally. This one is a good
choice:http://cgi.ebay. com/Sandisk- SANSA-C240- 1GB-MP3-PLAYER- Black-SDMX7- 1024-A18_ W0QQitemZ2304283 16004QQcmdZViewI temQQptZOther_ MP3_Players? hash=item35a6991 164
Download the free program Audacity if you want to edit these recordings,
but it isn't a requirement. You can get fancier, but it isn't necessary.
You can upload to the Internet Archive (http://www.archive. org
) for free
with a Creative Commons license. Or put them on CDs. Or you can just email
them to people who ask.
"Non nobis solum"