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Restoration and similar resources -- a listing -- should you be on it?
Sorry for the cross-post, but I wanted to get all of you.
I have a page up on my Web site about my audio (mostly tape) restoration
I have added a "resources" section to this... I have a disclaimer "I do not
have personal experience with any of these resources, but I would suggest
that one or more of the following resources might be able to solve almost
any restoration problem:"
I then list in three categories:
General Audio Restoration:
Multitrack Master Transfer and Restoration:
Video (and audio) Transfer, Restoration, and Disaster Recovery:
Can you think of any more that I should list? I only want to list places
that have Web sites as I link to the Web site. I'm also interested in
top-notch services that are geographically and format diverse and are
capable of taking on some projects.
The idea is that there are people out there who do this--I get to pick my
projects and restore what I'm interested in...the price for that is that I
don't charge much (typically shipping) but I also don't try and make a
living from it and I don't do much of it since I don't have the time. I
don't want to expand my business at this point. If it interests me and I
think it's worthy, the cost shouldn't stand in the way. One client of mine
had things which were outside the scope of what I could do and I referred
him to TransferMAT--and it was people from the ARSC list who told me about
that resource when I enquired last December.
Any other comments on the page (or the entirte site
http://www.richardhess.com ) would be appreciated.
Please respond to richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (the "from" email address is the
address I use to subscribe to lists and I don't check it as often.)
Cheers and thanks,
Richard L. Hess richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Glendale, CA USA http://www.richardhess.com/
Web page: folk and church music, photography, and