As one of the next steps in the development of the bach environment ( www.bachproject.net - btw stay tuned, version 0.7 is on the way and will rock), we're planning a set of video tutorials which, we hope, will help people break the ice with the system.
But a video tutorial is nothing without a proper audio commentary, and we wish to save you the pain of listening to a synthesized voice or - even worse - our funny dago accent…
So we're looking for people willing to tape themselves reading some minutes of bach-related gibberish, in exchange for love and never-ending glory - no money, sorry, as we don't earn anything from this either, but if we ever do bach t-shirts we promise you'll get one!
Our ideal reader should be a native English speaker (British, American, Aussie, Kiwi, or whatever else) equipped with a microphone other than her/his laptop's and any software capable to record some sound (e.g., Max).
If you can't wait to help us with this, please contact us on list or at < info at bachproject dot net >
andrea & daniele - your beloved bach development team