At 02:37 PM 6/17/2004 -0400, Joel Bresler wrote:
>If anyone in Southern California has a 4-track player that they would be
>willing to loan for all or part of the week, I'm sure the student would be
>very grateful. The machine would stay at the library the whole time in a
>climate-controlled, secure setting with AV professionals in attendance to
>assist as needed.
Since the locale is Southern California, you have an easy and practical
solution. Check with the rental outfits in Hollywood for availability (and
cost) of a one-week rental. That will be gear intended for transport and
kept in alignment.
I am in Southern California. My primary deck - a Studer A807 - is on wheels
but transportable only by tethering in a truck. My backup quarter-track
deck is a lower-end TEAC which is out on loan to a friend. Have the student
contact me at 310-477-7969 if the rental agency does not work out and I'll
see if I can get your student and my friend together to work out details.
Finally, another friend in the business of maintaining audio gear may have
one he can lend for a week.
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