RECORDING GUIDELINES FOR CCSC AUDIO LIBRARY (RE-UPDATED)
(NOTE CHANGES IN DATE FORMAT and DISK LABEL FORMAT)
- Speakers should have expressed a willingness to be recorded; failure to object is not assent. A written statement of approval is not needed.
- After being recorded, a speaker may direct that their recording not be placed in the CCSC Audio Library for borrowing. They may make the choice to be included or removed at any time. A written statement is not needed.
- After being recorded, a speaker may direct that their recording not be included on the Online Audio Library on the CCSC website for public downloading. They may make the choice to be included or removed at any point in time. A written statement is not needed.
- In keeping with the 11th Tradition, speakers will be identified in both the CD Library and the Online Library catalogs by first name and last initial only.
- In keeping with the 11th Tradition, speakers who are going to be recorded and who wish to be included in the CD and Online Libraries are reminded to identify themselves by first name and last initial only during the recording period.
- Members who are recording speakers for Audio Library use are requested to title their audio files using the following specific format (generic examples follow):
Speaker first name last initial, home town, state - title/group/event where recording took place month, day, year.
Joe A, Anytown, CA - Your Meeting 1.1.01
Joe A, Anytown, CA - "His Story" Your Meeting 1.1.01
Joe A, Sue B, Town1, Town2, CA - 12th Event Panel 1.1.01
(Please avoid using other punctuation styles or extra spaces.
Title can be any length needed, but may be edited for online linking.)
- LASTLY, BE SURE TO PRINT THE TITLE INFORMATION OF A DISC SO THAT IT IS VISIBLE THROUGH THE WINDOW OF THE SLEEVE!
For more detailed information about titling recordings, preparing them for Audio Library use, or to help in cataloging the existing collection, please contact the Audio Chair - email@example.com