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Swede and Amber take on the vocal works of John W. Duarte, recording them so you can hear sincere sounds and witty ditties.
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Amber Nordvik

24 backers pledged $1,475 to help bring this project to life.

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CDs have been mailed!

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I shipped out the CDs yesterday afternoon and am sending the album download codes out right now. The website is scheduled to go live this weekend, and the posters will be sent as soon as the shipping tubes arrive.

Let me know if you have trouble with any of the download codes or need the USPS tracking information for your CDs or posters.

I'll be messaging individually those of you who didn't answer the survey, since I still need your mailing addresses.

CDs and posters have finally arrived!

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Our finished album and posters have finally arrived from the manufacturer. I had a chance to drive to Salt Lake this weekend so Swede and I could personalize them for you.

I'm packaging them right now for shipment and waiting for the download codes to post so I can email them to you. I'm so excited to get this to you, our patient and generous backers.

Things really got backed up!

Hello again, all! It's been some time and we are so close to sending out rewards finally.Tracks are heading out for mastering, surveys are going out to find out how you wonderful backers would like to be listed on the webpage and where to send your goodies, and artwork is getting a final approval! Thanks for being so patient with us. You've really been fantastic.

Late? Oh dear.

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All songs recorded!

Huzzah!

We have just finished recording the rest of the songs for the album! It's now time to get serious about  the mixing and design. We had a small setback at the end of August when both of us were hit with colds, but we recovered and had a great session today.

I'm really excited to hear the rest of the songs. Hark, Hark! The Ark! has been great fun to listen to as I've been mixing, and I'm very pleased with the performances so far.