Bill Roper (billroper) wrote,
Bill Roper

What's a Hoosier?

I spent some time in the basement this evening working on the copy of "What's a Hoosier?", the album by Juanita Coulson and Michael Longcor that I'd pulled off my DAT master a while back. First, I had to perform a sample rate conversion, because the DAT had been at 48 KHz -- not nearly so useful as 44.1 KHz for making a CD. Then I had to cut the single WAV file up into the component songs and fix up the cuts at the beginning and end of each track. Finally, I burned a CD to listen to.

I still need to get a cover. I still need to find and mix down the two bonus tracks for the album.

But it's progress.
Tags: dodeka, filk, home, musings

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