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Well, we've always used a cats whisker to tune in AM radio broadcasts,
but that might not work for broader band audio.

Rod Stephens
Family Theater Radio

Marie O'Connell wrote:

>All I can say to that is MOO MOO and/or MEOWWWWWWWWWWWWW!
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>Marie O'Connell
>Sound Archivist/Audio Engineer
>The Center For Oral History & Cultural Heritage
>The University Of Southern Mississippi
>118 College Drive #5175
>Hattiesburg, MS, 39401-406
>Ph: 601-266-6514
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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Lou Judson
>Sent: Monday, July 18, 2005 3:44 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] vinyl noise
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>Can't resist jumping in - Do you need to tip the cow to get away with
>fresh milk?
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>But really what I want to know is will the cat's tongue barbs play the
>record? What will the cat think of the selections, and doesn't this
>give a whole new meaning to Cat Whisker radios?
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>Hmmm, sorry I even tried...
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>Lou
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>Lou Judson . Intuitive Audio
>415-883-2689
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>On Jul 18, 2005, at 1:17 PM, Steven Smolian wrote:
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>>I have no idea where to get unpasturized milk around here except by
>>cowjacking.
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>>A cat may be too noisy.  After all, we're looking for silence.  Perhaps
>>applying a cat-a-tonic would do the job.
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>>Sorry, it's late in the day.
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>>Steve
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