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Feb 27, 2006



thanks for the comment. I found your blog from Matt Maher's blog. He has a link on his blog to your blog. As far as Audio Street I just went to www.audiostreet.net and signed up. they are a free audio hosting site. you open a normal account first then you open up an artist account. From there you can upload audio in mp3 format. I just bought a digital voice recorder to start recording my talks and poetry on. It is just a simple digital voice recorder that i bought at Circuit City for like $80.00 and i bought a lapel mic from Radio shack for like $20.00 and it has been an awesome investment. Everything is USB compatiable and it records in Windows player format. I then upload or convert the file to an mp3 in itunes and then i can upload it to audio street. It sounds complicated, but it is really easy. that my story...i hope this helps.



I like your poetry site. I just started to read the poems on the site. I am looking forward to it.


just like to thank David Wofford for introducing me to Wilco, it definitely helped snap me out of a long dry spell. . . I've been trying to come up with something to use for my wedding in June and this may be it, although there's another one I like too and I'll post it later. sorry to be so long in between posts, I'll get better I swear.

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  • About Asbury's Poets Blog
    We're working on a great description of what this site is and what we hope it can become. For now, we will simply claim that we're a community of writers and readers, believers and skeptics who are wrestling with life and faith through the medium of poetry. All students, faculty, alumni, and friends of ATS are welcomed to join the conversation.
  • Submissions
    If you have poems you want to submit, or have ideas for ways to help our community grow, please send them to [email protected] . We'd love to post your poems, and any feedback and creative ideas are welcomed!
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