[Bell Historians] How well do bell recordings sell?

Sam Austin sam0austin at Iktt_DiRGzub3UdopZLuGDtkIAeD_Jlu-jWhxB7A4q3kZDqA1VvGSt7j6quGZcN2b_I5s3A6sYP9Wf7VUN_U.yahoo.invalid
Mon Apr 4 13:26:09 BST 2011

Some of the 'zoom' digital recorders are good.



On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 7:25 AM, Hayden Charles <hcharles at b05JtZOf2uRNX-6baI9W_LolyYZGf6_qOZ9GHHDLvIZ1vXSEJRC3y8siS3Cbx7QolQ0OY2--z1c1g77vpA.yahoo.invalid>wrote:

> fartwell2000 wrote on 04/04/2011 00:52:
> > It would be a home made disc, printed label on disc, printed CD case
> insert. The "Source" recordings would be made on a minidisc, with a stereo
> microphone (not plugged directly into the recorder-you pick up noise from
> the recorder sometimes!). The source recordings would then be placed onto a
> couple of "master" discs.
> >
> Have you considered upgrading to one of the many recorders with no
> moving parts? So far as I am aware it is nigh on impossible to transfer
> recordings from minidisc to computer without going through another cycle
> of analogue to digital conversion, implying that the final result is
> subtly different from the original recording. The more recent generation
> of digital recorders allow direct copying of the digital file without
> change. Just a thought, but it is probably one of the reasons that
> minidisc fell by the wayside.
> Hayden Charles
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