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Re: [ARSCLIST] New challenges for audio preservation
Marie Azile O'Connell wrote:
> I can hear it now.........
> People will start to get very picky and want only a new designer dress made from
> Scotch 111 because it has that "wonderful" aroma of vinegar following you
And that other brand I recall (possibly the Scotch "Tenzar") that smelled like
pecans. If someone can come up with a tape brand that smells like grilled chicken,
we have an interesting California salad in the making.
> Even more will run to the racks for the PYRAL outfits, because they are French,
> and you can see the little bits of magnetic fragments through the lovely blue
> and pink 'fabric', which gives it a unique shimmer........
Add some of that green-backed Scotch 262 the BBC used....
> Marie O'C
> Quoting Trey Bunn <treybunn2@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > Good grief. I can see it now...
> > "What's that screeching sound?"
> > "Sorry, my jacket is suffering from loss of
> > lubricant."
> > and
> > "You should transfer that skirt to CD! Then it will
> > last forever!"
> > "Sorry, I only wear Mitsui Gold Jeans."
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> Marie O'Connell
> Sound Archivist/Sound Engineer/Sound Consultant
> Center for Oral History & Cultural Heritage
> University of Southern Mississippi
> Phone: 601-266-6514
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