i will do just that, right away. thanks tom!!
On Sep 4, 2014, at 9:50 AM, Tom Fine wrote:
> OK, I found the details about the Pavek and Edison recording.
> Apparently Steve Raymer at the Pavek can use their replica Edison
> recorder. In 2013, he participated in an event called "The Science
> of Sound" at the Minnesota Science Museum, bringing the Pavek's
> Edison recorder, an Edison player, and new-production wax blanks
> made by Paul Morris Co of England (according to Steve, still
> available as of late 2013). At the Minnesota Museum of Science,
> Raymer successfully recorded and played back recordings, including
> of a local lady with an excellent operatic voice. In the Pavek
> Museum newsletter of July-September 2013, Steve specifically thanks
> ARSC contributor Nick Bergh for help getting the Pavek equipped and
> able to record cylinders.
> So, Richard Grimes, you should definitely reach out to Steve Raymer
> at the Pavek Museum in St. Paul MN.
> -- Tom Fine
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Michael Shoshani"
> <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Thursday, September 04, 2014 8:33 AM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Edison recording techniques?
>> On 9/3/2014 20:28, Tom Fine wrote:
>>> Hi Richard:
>>> You should make an appointment to visit Gerald Fabris at the
>>> Edison Site
>>> and discuss this in detail. Bring your engineer along.
>>> There is also a guy in the Midwest who does Edison recording
>>> demos. He
>>> visits the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting in St. Paul. Contact Steve
>>> Raymer there for details and the guy's name.
>> The only person I know of in the Midwest who does Edison
>> recordings is Shawn Borri, who lives in Illinois. His old website
>> is http://members.tripod.com/~edison_1/ ; his new one at http://
>> www.borriaudiolabs.com is under construction.
>> The other tremendous expert in Edison recording is Peter Dilg,
>> who's in New York but I have no contact information for him.
>> Michael Shoshani