Thank you so much for all your replies......I too think this will be fun,
considering the person talking really did want someone to find the tape!
Aaron Luis Levinson wrote:
> Mike is right about the eq, but sine the speed seems to be in the middle
> I would compare the 3.75 to the 7.5 and create a curve between these
> two well known profiles and use this mid-point as a start to making your
> own personal 5.625 curve! Sounds fun to me...
> On Thursday, March 4, 2004, at 10:57 AM, Mike Richter wrote:
> > At 10:44 AM 3/4/2004 -0500, Aaron Luis Levinson wrote:
> >> Any decent audio studio with a 1/4 mastering deck (Otari, Studer,
> >> Ampex)
> >> will have a vari-speed function that would allow you to adjust the
> >> speed + or -
> >> 15%. The problem with your tape is that only a mastering/archival lab
> >> has 3.75/ 7.5
> >> machines. Art has the best solution for this kind of problem. Since it
> >> is not
> >> a "High Fidelity" recording why not simply play it at either fixed
> >> speed and
> >> adjust the playback speed digitally? We spoke about this thread before
> >> and I'm sure
> >> someone here will have a cost effective piece of software to suggest
> >> for this job...
> > Since the job is changing pitch and speed, any editor will do it. In
> > fact,
> > I think the free WAVMERGE posted at my WWW site will handle that, let
> > alone
> > GoldWave, CoolEdit, Adobe Audition and any other editor I've run.
> > Note that whatever is done to play the tape back, the equalization
> > will be
> > 'wrong'. That is, I know of no standard EQ for a speed between 3.75
> > and 7.5
> > ips, so expect to have to correct that by guess.
> > Mike
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