Listeners Needed: Let George Do It


Ryan Ellett
 

All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan


John Nicholson
 

Hi, Ryan,
   I’d be willing to listen to a set of LGDI.

John Nicholson 

On Jun 8, 2022, at 7:37 AM, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:

All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan


K & J Hammel
 

I'm happy to do a bit of listening if you need more help with it.

Kathy 

On Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 05:37:17 AM PDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan


Allan Foster
 

Ryan,  You can put me down for a set.

Allan Foster

On Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 07:37:07 AM CDT, Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...> wrote:


All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan


jackies@tularosa.net
 

Ryan:

I will be glad to help and I will get my son and Daughter in love to help.

Sincerely
Jackie Schlageter


 

Would love to be one of the listeners


On Wed, Jun 8, 2022 at 8:37 AM Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan



--
Yesterday is gone and you know tomorrow isn't promised, live with me for today and for each other.


 

Ryan...   Jay @ Antioch OTR offered his very nice collection of LGDI to OTRR, but no one ever replied to him.    He transferred the bulk of them from R2R tapes.     They're the best sounding LGDI I've heard.   It's what both he and I use on our streams.    You can totally throw away the existing OTRR set and replace it with his.     

However he got a little miffed that no one replied to take up his offer.     

On Wed, Jun 8, 2022, 8:37 AM Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan


Ryan Ellett
 

Do you remember when this happened? It doesn't ring a bell at all.
Ryan

www.RyanEllett.com


The Old Time Radio Researchers
"Saving the Past for the Future"




On Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at 12:31:10 PM CDT, Bob Merritt <bobmerritt58@...> wrote:


Ryan...   Jay @ Antioch OTR offered his very nice collection of LGDI to OTRR, but no one ever replied to him.    He transferred the bulk of them from R2R tapes.     They're the best sounding LGDI I've heard.   It's what both he and I use on our streams.    You can totally throw away the existing OTRR set and replace it with his.     

However he got a little miffed that no one replied to take up his offer.     

On Wed, Jun 8, 2022, 8:37 AM Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan


Gordon Johansen
 

I certainly don't remember seeing anything about this via email on the list. I wonder if it could have gone to a dead address? I might have missed it on FB but I usually read everything here.

Gord

Ryan Ellett via groups.io wrote on 6/08/22 1:26 PM:
Do you remember when this happened? It doesn't ring a bell at all.
Ryan



The Old Time Radio Researchers
"Saving the Past for the Future"




On Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at 12:31:10 PM CDT, Bob Merritt <bobmerritt58@...> wrote:


Ryan...   Jay @ Antioch OTR offered his very nice collection of LGDI to OTRR, but no one ever replied to him.    He transferred the bulk of them from R2R tapes.     They're the best sounding LGDI I've heard.   It's what both he and I use on our streams.    You can totally throw away the existing OTRR set and replace it with his.     

However he got a little miffed that no one replied to take up his offer.     

On Wed, Jun 8, 2022, 8:37 AM Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan

--
Gordon Johansen


BrianWest2@...
 

Ryan,

I'll try a set.

Brian


-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Ellett via groups.io <oldradiotimes@...>
To: main@OldTimeRadioResearchers.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Jun 8, 2022 8:37 am
Subject: [OldTimeRadioResearchers] Listeners Needed: Let George Do It

All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan


Gordon Johansen
 

I forgot to mention that I can easily take a set as well. It was one of the first long series of shows I listened to and have gone through it a couple times already. I'm happy to help with this one.

Gord

Ryan Ellett via groups.io wrote on 6/08/22 6:37 AM:
All, we haven't recruited any listeners for quite some time but a revision of Let George Do It is beyond what one or two people can do in a reasonable time. One of our most reliable contributors of sets for Maintained review sent us a new set of this series about 3 years ago that we're just now dusting off. It possibly includes some sound upgrades, corrected file labels, and maybe some new recordings. If you're willing to take ten episodes at a time (20 total - 10 of the existing Certified set and the corresponding 10 of the submitted updated set) please respond here or privately and I'll send you a pCloud link. There are just under 270 episodes, including the Canadian syndicated episodes, so we could use a good number of listeners. 

I don't ask for any sort of write-up or summary of the audio, just your recommendation for which of the two versions of each episode should be included in the set. It's likely that in many cases both will sound good and pretty much indistinguishable. In that case we'll probably just default to the recording already included in the set. 

Let me know if you have questions or would like to get in on some LGDI listening!
Ryan

--
Gordon Johansen