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Re: arsclist Assistance for Armenian Ethnomusicology Archive
<<Equalization is a minor issue
So we agree that for some everything is a minor issue, from electricity to
playback EQ. But for those who have never handled tapes before or used to do
so on a daily basis these are all major issues. What we take for granted is
a major PITA and a source of scare for others, I am sure. Operator who is
used to recorders can manipulate the medium in such ways that it works out
fine in any event but this is not true for anybody these days as in days of
I agree that any enthusiast can educate him/her self in that direction and
become proficient in this field too.
Producer / Engineer
Joav Shdema Inc.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Richter" <mrichter@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 3:05 AM
Subject: Re: arsclist Assistance for Armenian Ethnomusicology Archive
> At 02:29 AM 10/29/2002 +0200, you wrote:
> >It is not unlikely that those recordings are done at 7.5 or worse at
> >The European standard for tape calibration is not the American NAB but
> >German standard which is different (and some say better, but this is
> >story). Tapes that are recorded in one standard will not play correctly
> >the other.
> Equalization is a minor issue, easily handled in the transfer.
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