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I don't think there is such a thing as "35mm tape" is there? Film yes,tape,no.

As far as I knew,35mm recording was strictly an American phenomenon.Was it done in other countries?

 
Roger



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 From: Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 7:47 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] EMI, opera and 35mm?
 
So they don't mean sprocketed magnetic film?

----- Original Message ----- From: "Ted Kendall" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2012 9:40 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] EMI, opera and 35mm?


> On 24/04/2012 13:27, Tom Fine wrote:
>> I came across this blurb in May 1968 High Fidelity:
>> http://www.yousendit.com/download/M3Brc2ZPK3g3bUJEZU1UQw?cid=tx-02002207340200000000&s=19102 
>> (paste full link into browser if it's split by e-mail)
>> 
>> The part from London, about Klemperer recording Wagner for EMI, starts at the bottom of the first page.
>> 
>> At the top of the second page, the piece reports that "35-mm tape (is used) when separate systems were being used for voices and instruments."
>> 
>> Are there any EMI veterans on this list who can tell me more about this technique? How long was it used? Aside from the Klemperer Wagner opera recording, what other records were made using this technique? Was it ever detailed or used as a marketing hook in EMI advertising or album-notes?
>> 
>> Finally, do any EMI veterans have photos of the setup, showing the 35mm equipment?
>> 
>> -- Tom Fine
> I'm pretty certain this would be one inch tape on Studer J37s, of which Abbey Road had several at the time, although there was a similar Telefunken machine as well. Four tracks gave one pair for voices and one for orchestra.
>