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RE: [AV Media Matters] Field RecordingTechniques--InstructionalMaterials

Agreed.  Much of our work was done in Liberia, West Africa in the 1970s
and 1980s and I had to learn and practice all this over a good period of

I delivered this sermon with illustrations at the Audio Workshop on
Saturday and will do the same next Saturday at the Video Workshop.

Verlon Stone, Ph.D.
Project Coordinator, Liberian Collections Project
  Archives of Traditional Music
Research Associate
  Folklore & Ethnomusicology Department
   Office:    +812-856-0782
   Cell:      +812-325-7487
   Home:      +812-824-2678
   e-mail:    stonevl@indiana.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: rohre@ARLUT.UTEXAS.EDU [mailto:rohre@ARLUT.UTEXAS.EDU] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2003 3:23 PM
To: AV Media Matters
Subject: Re: [AV Media Matters] Field RecordingTechniques--Instructional

In addition to good acoustic technique, I cannot emphasize enough, the
in the field, to clean recording instrumentation each day before use,
more often in dusty conditions.   Protecting the recording media from
humidity and high temperature, and the instrument should be emphasized
much as the acoustic techniques.
-Stuart Rohre
Univ. of Tx
Applied Research Labs


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