If you are a Harry Potter fan, you may have heard of Jim Dale. The veteran actor-singer-composer is the narrator of all seven Harry Potter audio books, recorded between 1999 and 2007. The narration is longish — 117 hours and four minutes, in total. However, the time taken to record this was disproportionately more. Dale had to record some bits several times owing to mispronunciation, page flipping noise, using the wrong voice for a character or just skipping a line accidentally.
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