[Bell Historians] What is the best way to make digital sound recordings?
George at d...
Tue Feb 26 18:55:19 GMT 2002
I now use a Sony minidisc recorder/player for taking individual bell notes
for analysis. No need for tuning fork calibration.
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From: "fartwell2000" <fartwell2000 at y...>
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Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 4:56 PM
Subject: [Bell Historians] What is the best way to make digital sound
> I would be interested if someone could enlighten me as to what is "a
> good piece of kit" to make bell recordings,and how much it costs for
> such equipment,and any other recomendations on making decent
> I used to use a reel to reel tape recorder years ago,then moved onto
> cassette recordings,but due to the nature of analogue tape,most no
> longer exist,and those tapes that do exist have "softend up" with age
> and cannot be heard as I intended them to be heard.
> All advice appreciated.
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