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Re: [ARSCLIST] Industrial Design Historians Seek Help in Selecting Technology
Steven C. Barr(x) wrote:
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From: "David Lennick" <dlennick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
In the good old days, we'd do that by having both tapes physically in one
studio. I can't remember whether that involved feeding one of the tapes down
the line or shipping it (hard to believe, but it might have been necessary in
some cases). Today you could probably send it as a file.
That's called a double ender. We used to do them all the time at the CBC.
Cutting and splicing works only when each participant speaks and then stops.
Pretty hard to mix when you have an animated give and take conversation, but
probably not as difficult to do it electronically..
Could you not record the entirety of what occured (sonically) at both
ends, and then create an "interview tape" by editing both results...?
Steven C. Barr