[LAU] Call for Participation: International Counting Track
loki.davison at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 18:00:56 EST 2008
On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 1:01 AM, Thorsten Wilms <t_w_ at freenet.de> wrote:
> I have had this idea of creating a track with just counting, 1, 2, 3, 4
> and 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and Beat Beat Beat since long ...
> and only recently thought: How much more interesting would that be with
> many people, in several languages!
> So that's why I ask you for audio samples of yourself and everyone else
> you might get to do it, saying:
> A: One Two Three Four
> B: One and Two and Three and Four
> c: Beat
> preferably in your native language. With a tempo of 110 beats per minute
> (to be very clear, the "and" has to be between beats ;).
> All files should be:
> - WAV or wavpacked
> - 32 bit float, 48 KHz
> - Trimmed
> - Normalized
> - Dry
> - Explicitly licensed as http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/
> or released to the Public Domain
> Please name them as follows:
> firstname_lastname_language_count.wav for "One Two Three Fou"
> firstname_lastname_language_count_and.wav for "One and Two ..."
> firstname_lastname_language_beat.wav for "Beat"
> I _much_ prefer links to uploads over email attachments. Consider using
> http://www.getdropbox.com/ if you have no other space. Please mail me
> off-list for submissions and on-list for questions.
> My intention is to offer the result and the material on archive.org.
> I also want to submit a version to the
> I can't promise to use all contributions. I will sort out ones that
> sound suspiciously different from others claimed to be in the same
> language ;)
> However, all serious contributors will be given credit.
> I will collect files until the 15th of January!
> Happy holidays!
> Thorsten Wilms
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I can do Hungarian, Russian and Uzbek if you can't find native
speakers for these. Though there are Russian and Hungarian native
speakers on the list, and probably Uzbek/Kyrgyz/Kazakh.
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