Here is a collection of four historic Dr Carey Reams Seminars that have been digitized, edited and indexed. Including a bonus compilation of 30 of Dr. Carey Reams prayers and devotions, and a ring binder that includes laminated track listings.
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Here is a collection of four historic Dr Carey Reams Seminars that have been digitized, edited and indexed.
As one of the most famed and ingenious agriculture consultants of his day, Dr Carey Reams discusses many of the techniques he uses to ensure top quality soil, crops and animal health as pertaining to human health. The four lecture seminars included in this box set are: Plant Feeding Seminar, November 1976, Foliar Spraying Seminar, April 1978, Animal Husbandry Seminar, January 1980, and Foliar Feeding Seminar, June 1981.
As an ordained minister, Dr Reams started off every morning with an inspirational devotion. This box set also includes a bonus disc of 30 of Dr. Reams best devotions and wisdom as taken from many different agriculture seminars that he conducted.
This box set also includes a ring binder with laminated sheets of all the seminars rather than the booklet that comes with the individual sets.
The idea to digitize these audio tapes has been a long time goal of our founder Robert Pike who was a student of Dr Carey Reams and is present in the audience of many of these recordings. In cooperation with Dr Dan Skow of International AG Labs who made the original recordings he elicited the help of Martin Capewell, of www.digitizingmedia.com to revitalize the tapes in digital format. Each tape was edited minute-by-minute to remove unnecessary silent gaps in the lectures. “Hisses” were removed from the foreground and needless noise was eliminated from the background. The sound quality was enhanced overall by raising higher frequencies to make voices sound “crisper” and lowering background frequencies to reduce hum. Inaudible questions posed by audience members were amplified so that they can clearly be heard, and tapes that once ended mid-sentence have had their proper endings restored.
The final step and most difficult of the project was to index the entire seminars by breaking each seminar into hundreds of tracks. Every time a specific subject is discussed or important point was made, it was given a track number and description. The track listings are then made into booklets or laminated sheets so that the material in the lectures can be readily accessed and navigated by the listener.
These lectures are in Mp3 format on a DVD allowing many audio files to fit onto one disc. The disc can be easily transferred onto a computer that can be readily searched via a keyword search and also put onto a device such as an Ipod, which can then be played wherever you are and even transmitted to your radio using an inexpensive FM Transmitter.