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This is the type of work that Len Horowitz does at 

https://www.historyofrecordedsounds.com/

where recently they have been rebuilding, customizing,m updating Ampex
ATR etc for Capitol studios A&B in Los Angeles

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"Talking about music is like dancing about architecture." - Charles
Mingus"Tools, not rules." - George Winthrop Sherouse"The devil is in
the details, hanging out with the noise." - REW

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Sent: Thursday June 20 2019 1:46:42PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] More Problems - in Australia

I get the feeling that they are overstating the problem a little bit.
Can
 heads be replaced and surely the ability to manufacture them is no
going
 away completely. Spares can be made, componants on circuit boards
replaced.
 Are these things really going to die completely in 6 years? It will
get
 harder amd more expensive in the long run, but im sure a certain
amount of
 machinery will be kept running for a wjile yet, just luke the BBC's
2"
 machine. It doesn't get used much nows as all the 2" has been
d8gitised,
 but it's kept running just incase. I see this more as a plea for more
 funding disguised as a news story.

 The British Library sent out the same sort of story a few years ago
in
 regards to sound recording and that very few working 1/4" machines
would
 soon be left working.

 Richard

 On Thu, 20 Jun 2019, 21:19 CJB,  wrote:

 > Ok - not audio but ...
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