Ruth Frendo Discussion started by Ruth Frendo 6 years ago

Hi there, can anyone give me some advice on how to approach a small collection of reel to reel audio tapes that we've unearthed here at the Shakespeare's Globe Library & Archives? They're home produced, with scant labelling, and perhaps unsurprisingly we don't have the equipment to check them out. Ideally we'd like to know what we have before we invest in digitising them. Is there a facility in the London area where we could play the tapes? Or can anyone recommend a particularly reliable transfer service?

Thanks so much for your help

Ruth

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Dr Craig T Fees
Dr Craig T Fees I can recommend Paul Turney of Sirensound for digitisation www.sirensound.com/ . It's high quality, so not inexpensive; but I've found him very... Show more 6 years ago
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Martin Astell
Martin Astell Hi Ruth, I know Stanley Productions (www.stanleysonline.co.uk) in Wardour Street could digitise the tapes. Also, I can recommend Audio Restored (... Show more 6 years ago
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