The goal is to make voice recording, storytelling and sharing family history easy to do without the need to purchase extra equipment and sharing any of your recordings via the VoiceTales webiste is FREE!
Spokane, WA (PRWEB) July 7, 2010
"Have you ever wished you could ask questions of your loved ones who have passed away or longed to hear the sweet giggle of your toddler who is now graduating from high school? When it's too busy for story time, wouldn't it be great if your children could listen to a grandparent or parent reading a pre-recorded story instead of hitting the TV or video games? In our all too busy lives, there never seems to be enough time for family. We don’t often sit still in a quiet room and just talk anymore. Imagine if we did take the time to ask the questions, capture those special moments and create digital files that can be shared and enjoyed forever", says Callie Bendickson, co-founder of VoiceTales.
The newly launched VoiceTales website allows users to make voice recordings with their telephone, save them to the website and share them online. This system is created specifically for those who are not technically inclined, giving them access to the world of digital storytelling. Users can share files (which are stored in mp3 format) via a VoiceTales webpage, RSS feeds, podcasts or order an audio CD, bringing the age old human tradition of storytelling into the digital world.
The goal is to make voice recording, storytelling, and sharing family history easy to do without the need to purchase extra equipment and SHARING recordings via the VoiceTales website as RSS, weblink or podcast is free. Your first recording is also free! Digital voice recording fees are $.50 per minute thereafter and audio CDs are available for $5.99, including the S&H fees. Virtual gift cards can also be purchased via the VoiceTales website.
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