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  • Where did we first learn our 'craft'?

    We were first introduced to the 'craft' of audio restoration and enhancement at the Rogers and Hammerstein Archive of Recorded Sound, circa 1992. It was through a pro-bono project with the US Department of the Interior (a 5 year contract) via Dr. Edward Pershey, (curator at the Edison National Historic Site, West Orange, NJ) that Rick and I persued this area of endeavour.. After the contract was signed, we sub-contracted Thomas Owen (the chief archivist
    at that time of the aforementioned entity) to train us in the proper methodology of archival {transfer} recording.

    Here is a link to that archive:

    https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/...recorded-sound
    Last edited by Craig Maier; 11-08-2018, 09:37 PM.
    "Who put orange juice in my orange juice?" - - - William Claude Dukenfield

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    Craig,

    Can you add more info ? The site seems somewhat confusing as to where I can find info on your work.

    Marc

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      I do not think that our work is archived at Rodgers and Hammerstein. We were just trained there. Our work is archived at the Edison National Historic Site in West Orange, NJ.

      Craig
      "Who put orange juice in my orange juice?" - - - William Claude Dukenfield

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