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Another excellent resource:

ARSC journal article: "Selected Acetate Disc Cleaning Methods" 
(1997, Paton et al)

Check the bibliographies of the above Paton article as well as
the Pickett and Lemcoe article below for more resources for
research.


Eric Jacobs

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



-----Original Message-----
From: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
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Sent: Friday, December 04, 2009 8:40 AM
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Instantanous disk litterature


On Friday, December 04, 2009 7:33 AM, Michael Biel wrote:

> I discuss in my Ph.D. dissertation "The Making and Use of Recordings 
> in Broadcasting Before 1936"

So cool!  Mike, would you be willing to scan and share (or even 
update and republish) your dissertation?


> ARSC-AAA published an extensive preservation manual about 20 years 
> ago, 

See http://www.arsc-audio.org/publications.html and order a copy of 

    Pickett, A.G., and M.M. Lemcoe. Preservation and Storage of Sound 
    Recordings (74 pp., paper.) 1991 reprint of this standard-setting 
    Library of Congress booklet originally published in 1959.

There have been advances since 1959, of course, and different 
chemistry is available today, but Pickett and Lemcoe are still an 
excellent starting point.


> there are a number of web sites that have pages about the topic.  
> But there is a lot of mis-information floating around out there.

My webpage on the subject:

http://www.theaudioarchive.com/TAA_Resources_Disc_Transcription.htm


Eric Jacobs

The Audio Archive, Inc.
tel: 408.221.2128
fax: 408.549.9867
mailto:[log in to unmask]
http://www.TheAudioArchive.com 
Disc and Tape Audio Transfer Services and Preservation Consulting