OT: on .ogg
|From:||Sally Caves <scaves@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, March 5, 2005, 4:37|
Okay, so I went to the Vorbis.com site and read up about .ogg. Apparently,
its big selling point is that it is patentless, so artists needn't pay
"tribute money" to the .mp3 corporation to publish their work. And Vorbis
claims the sound is just as good. And it's free.
What will I do with my Cakewalk, then, and my other files that "rip" into
.mp3 format? I've just barely gotten started with Cakewalk. :(
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sally Caves" <scaves@...>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Arthaey Angosii" <arthaey@...>
>>I recently bought a headset, and today I recorded my first spoken
>> Asha'ille with it. I speak the newly translated Fear Litany:
>> Files are currently in ogg format, but hopefully that won't be a
>> problem for anyone...
> It is for me. Neither my .mp3 player nor my new .ra player will pick it
> My firewall minded computer asks me if I want to save it, and warns me
> against doing so. ;) If I save it, it asks me what I want to do with it.
> If I tell the computer to make Media Player play it, it asks me to
> new material to do that. That's too much work for me. I've never even
> of .ogg. What is it? Can you do .mp3 ? That's pretty standard.
>> It's surprisingly hard to speak a conlang. I had to do several takes
>> of each sentence. I wonder how "American" it still sounds? Any accent,
>> of course, is my non-native speakerness showing through, and not
>> representative of "real" Asha'ille. ;)
> I don't pronounce Teonaht correctly. But I mispronounce it fairly
> fluently--lot's of practice. It has much more palatalization than I give
> for my "pretty" little readings. But I don't sound American, I don't
> I don't in any of the foreign languages I speak feebly. The French
> take me for British, and the Germans take me for French.