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Song Copyright always and all ways, & © 2006, & 1/24/1999 by Stephen DeVore, Seattle, WA.
Web page Updated and © 2006-0324, 0117-0118, 2/11/1999.
Just silly words in order, I suppose, to remember the tune that goes along with it. No particular meaning.
QUESTION: Is the running dog a picture of Titus running?
No. The running dog is not even video, but an animated GIF file, which I think came from a copy of MS Publisher 98 that I own or owned. Actually, I think the animated running dog somewhat 'inspired' me to sing the tune.
QUESTION: May I hear it?
If you have been invited to this page, then Yes. WHEN DOWNLOADING/PLAYING, I suggest you download the file to your hard drive FIRST.
Run, Titus, Run! -- a 340KB file.
QUESTION: The audio quality sounds pretty low. How was the audio done?
True. The audio quality is pretty low. I'm not certain why.
The detailed recording story is not really very interesting, but if you really want to try to figure out why, here are the Tech notes. (Some notes written in 1999; others updated 2006.)
No levels were set by me.
I changed the Preferences to 60 seconds and the Get Info Preferred size to 3MB.
The file was a Mac SND file, so I converted it to Windows WAV.
I told SoundApp to convert it to WAVE. I then had to rename the file from the Finder, and I chose RUNTITUS.WAV because it was 8 characters for the file name, and .WAV for Windows to recognize it as a Wave file.
One of these days, if YHWH wills and I live, I plan to have my compositions online for preview and/or sale.
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