Nuh'shir wrote:I was at Barnes and Nobles recently. It came to my attention that we have a lack of resources (CD, Iphone apps, Flash Cards, etc) when it comes to language building. I recently purchased a digital voice recorder and was wondering if anyone has tried to make a Mando'a audio set? Does anyone have suggestions? Things you think would help or hinder the recordings (like placement - i.e. today we will learn how to say "personal greetings" with the next set building on it like "Hotel renting" style formatting) If I were to start this project would the experts care to listen to verify tone and pronounciation? I was also thinking if it gets approval from the community to list it as a free Mando'a.org training aid. Would that violate copyright? Any critique is welcome from any of you.
Vlet Hansen wrote:If we try this out and like it, I'm willing to get a decent microphone for clear recording. I'd like to think my pronunciation is good, but I don't think any of us here have really spoken to each other. We really need to skype or tinychat or something.
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