Have you looked at the two main print sources, Harry Mackenzie
"Directory of the Armed Forces Radio Service Series", and the 1951 USC
Ph.D. dissertation by Stuart Delay "An Historical Study of the Armed
Forces Radio Service to 1946"? Mike Gray was editor of the Greenwood
Press series where the Mackenzie AFRS discographies appeared, and Sam
Brylawski is thanked in the Mackenzie intro. Most of the others thanked
are just collectors. I can give you guidance to understanding the
techniques of disc editing if you've never seen it done, but I don't
think any of the actual engineers who did it at AFRS are still with us.
But maybe Mike or Sam knows of an old timer.
Mike Biel [log in to unmask]
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] AFRTS Contact/former Contact
From: "Blazek, Daniel" <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Mon, August 18, 2014 2:20 pm
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I was wondering if anyone out there has worked for AFRTS or knows a
contact for someone who might be willing to answer a few questions I had
about the operation. I'm particularly interested in how shows were
selected and edited for content. The research is my own and not
affiliated with the Library of Congress. Please contact me off-list.
Thanks in advance,
Recorded Sound Technician
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