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All,

I am not even sure 'echo' is the correct term, but with our old reel to
reel tapes (and I have had this experience with personal cassettes),
there is this thing I am calling echo - where what the person says is
repeated at a fairly low level - you can usually only really hear it
when there is silence - and it is basically a repeat of what had just
been said - so not really a echo but more like a delayed repetition. Is
this a head cleaning problem? Or a problem that can be fixed? Does
anyone even know what I'm talking about, and if so, what is it called?

Thanks


Melodie Morgan Frances
Head of Cataloging
Graduate Theological Union
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Digital archiving and OAIS SIP implementation

How many organizations reading this list accept audio preservation
SIPs from outside of your organization?

If so, I'd like to hear from you as we look to deliver more 
complete audio preservation packages that consist of more than
just a WAVE or BWF file.

Eric Jacobs

The Audio Archive, Inc.
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fax: 408.549.9867
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Disc and Tape Audio Transfer Services and Preservation Consulting