Many thanks- this is a great start! If anyone knows of any research /
publications as well, that would be brilliant!
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On 17/09/2014 10:55, "CJB" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Google in your friend ...
>On 17/09/2014, Lorna Fulton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi, I'm new to this list, so forgive me if this question has been
>> I'm based in the UK and doing a project recording contemporary
>> a 78 presto lathe- one mic, one take, one cut. We're then building this
>> a contemporary archive. The majority of the musicians are those who play
>> traditionally inspired music (recently recorded Sheesham & Lotus & son
>> (Toronto) and the lost brothers (Ireland)).
>> We're looking to further develop the project by building a traditional
>> recording booth- of the voice o graph type- the ones which used to be
>> in the 40s-60s, which would then travel around cities, placed where the
>> recording booths used to be, where the public could record a record, and
>> there would be a range of performances from musicians we have worked
>> I've already been in touch with the British Library and the British
>> Archive looking for any archival/historical information on these
>> booths, but they have been unable to find anything, so referred me to
>> list. I know Jack White has a voice o graph in his studio, but aside
>> that, am finding it very hard to find out anything about their history-
>> anyone could help, that would be brilliant!
>> Thank you!
>> Lorna Fulton
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