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BellKicker

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I'm logging my winter miles here and I'm thinking I could listen to MP3 recordings of medical lecturel while running.

Does anyone know where I could find any of those? I did a google search and found a few but they seriously sound like they were recorded from the back of a very large auditorium.

Direct me to some of them high quality files and I'll be fast AND smart come spring (yeah right).

Thanks.
 

Stinger86

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Originally posted by BellKicker
I'm logging my winter miles here and I'm thinking I could listen to MP3 recordings of medical lecturel while running.

Does anyone know where I could find any of those? I did a google search and found a few but they seriously sound like they were recorded from the back of a very large auditorium.

Direct me to some of them high quality files and I'll be fast AND smart come spring (yeah right).

Thanks.


This is an interesting idea.... I can't believe I've never considered it. I could always make you mp3's of lectures at my school, but it'd probably be counterproductive seeing how they usually lower my heart rate and put me sleep.
 

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umm it seems like it would be difficult to concentrate but..

yes, some students made very good recordings of anatomy lectures
 

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One option is buy a digital recorder, record whatever med lectures you want, upload the file to your computer, convert the file to mp3 format, and then burn it to a CD.

I recently bought a Sony ICD-ST20, one of the newer digital recorders ($130), and it does a decent job. It's so light weight and thin, in fact, that it's easy to forget about it and leave it some place mistakenly.
 

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man I love my school's lectures online. Haven't figured out how to convert .rm's to MP3s (dropping the video), but I really don't feel the need.
 
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