After downloading I used windows media player and tagged all of the RC lessons so that all of lesson 1 would be considered an album all of lesson 2 would be another etc. These tags become part of the MP3 file. This way you can search for lessons like albums or artists with windows media player and or an MP3 player. It works pretty well. Also I used a sound editor clipped and added all of the rocket reviews for each lesson into 1 file to quickly review a whole lesson. I put this on my MP3 player and or cell phone to help me review after I have completed a lesson so that I do not have to always review the complete dialog for each part of a lesson. I made this a review in the same album as the lesson album as described above. None of this is new. It just makes the material more convenient to review on my commute to work. Just thought that I would share
November 18, 2008
January 18, 2009
Ni hao Billbattle! Hey,could you kindly explain in more detail how to arrange your downloaded files for revision on the mp3?I'am recently new to the technology world and know very little in regards to organizing and moving files around on a pc.If you are unable to spare the time to help,just pointing me in the right direction would be appreciated. Xie xie Lin Feng
July 28, 2009
Actually, I'm a little surprised that the conversations aren't available separately already: this is quite common practice for language courses, and in principle this has been done for the scripts (since the transcripts of conversations are available separately, as well as the complete lesson notes).
August 19, 2009
Hi there, yes the conversations are available separately. There is the "All Conversations" track in section 8. I hope that helps.