Duration: 26m 54s
LibriVox: The Pioneer Days – Part Four of a Five-part Series.
Featuring part two of a conversation with Gesine.
[Warning: Some minimal uneven audio in some places due to connection instability at times.]
01:04 Mystery Special Projects
03:38 Genre Groups & MCs
04:44 Before the Magic Window & New Projects Launch Pad
06:04 LibriVox: Unique Forum & Community
10:45 Cultural Differences
13:15 Gain and/Loss
14:44 Choosing Admins
20:58 Esoteric Projects
21:55 LibriVox for readers more than listeners
22:54 Wacky Projects Revisted
24:02 Life Changing Experience? Running Iambik
We are interested in whatever feedback – positive or constructively critical – anyone has about this fourth podcast of the series. You may also contribute statistics, comments, and promos to be added to the next and final one, featuring a conversation with Librivox founder Hugh McGuire. Add a comment below or pop over to this forum thread.
Phil Williams, Voyager Recordings & Publications
Vivian & Phil Williams: Our Programs of Traditional Northwest Fiddling from Pioneer Days to The Present
An email message from Phil Williams of Voyager Records:
Feel free to use any of the recordings in the Northwest Fiddle Field Recordings section. We claim no copyright on them. The concept here is to make available to the public some of the fiddling of the Pacific Northwest, and fiddlers that have come here. If you want to use any material from these, or other CDs we have out, for your projects, just let me know.
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