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Berliner did use hard rubber for a little while, in the early days, did 
I read that or did I make that up?

Perhaps a rubber disc would have sounded this quiet?

Has anyone ever heard a straight transfer of a hard rubber disc?

joe salerno


On 4/21/2012 4:56 PM, George Brock-Nannestad wrote:
> From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
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> Alas, we shall probably never know, for in the noise lies the authentication.
>
> And that is the true reason why we must conserve the originals: all other
> authenticity relies on a certificate appended to any digital copy made. But
> that is a mere witness statement. The scientific approach to revisit samples
> will have been made impossible without the originals.
>
> Best wishes,
>
>
> George
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>> Very quiet surface. IS it safe to assume that this was filtered, or did
>> these early records sound this good?
>>
>> joe salerno
>>
>>
>> On 4/21/2012 8:24 AM, Milan P Milovanovic wrote:
>>> How about 1890s Berliner 5 inch record #532, La rondinella.
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>>> http://www.archeophone.org/Berliner5inch/berliner-532.php
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>>> Almost as recorded through mic...
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>>> Rather astounding. It must have really sounded great thru eartubes.
>>>>
>>>> joe salerno
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 4/19/2012 10:56 PM, David Lewis wrote:
>>>>> This was posted via Jerry Fabris on YouTube. The audio quality of
>>>>> this 1899
>>>>> cylinder is stunning:
>>>>>
>>>>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0yWY_RXW6A&feature=related
>>>>>
>>>>> Dave Lewis
>>>>> Lebanon, OH
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Joe Salerno
>>>
>>
>> --
>> Joe Salerno
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Joe Salerno