[mb-style] Audiobook Style Proposal, Mark I
lop at gmx.at
Tue Jan 5 21:27:57 UTC 2010
just some thoughts:
"(feat. narrator: Rock Hardfoot)" feels so bulky why not "(read by Frederike
Schönton)" or "spoken by"..
also i really don't want english annotations on my german audiobooks and
vica versa so i would prefer "(gelesen von Name)"
Story/Bookname: [Chapter_Numeral | "Chapter_Titel",] [Part_Numeral |
no chapter no tracktitel given:
The Lime Works: Chapter 2, Part 1
chapter title, no tracktitel:
The Lime Works: The Dawn of the Style, Part 1
chapter title and tracktitel given:
The Lime Works: The Dawn of the Style, "undreamed-of possibilities"
Das Kalkwerk: Kapitel 2, Teil 2
why include the story/bookname? because some audiobooks include several
for this libretto style: i've never seen something like that used for
audiobooks and i doubt anyone would listen and type for every track so i
would leave that out.
some audiobooks have different voice actors that play roles. in that case i
would just add the main performer to the release title and do the rest with
sometimes (with the books i have almost always) the credits are at track 1,
so i would just call them [credits]
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