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Joe Hickey
2005-01-05, 02:35
Mark Teigen wrote:
>> I have a lot of 78 records I would like to record.
>>
>> Has anyone tried any of the software that converts 78ís played at 45
>> to
>> MPG?
>>
>>
>>
>> Thanks ahead of time for your help!
>>
>
Jack then wrote:
> not that I know of, but it sounds a little shaky compared to just using
> a turntable that's 78 RPM capable.
>
> --
> Jack at Monkeynoodle dot Org: It's a Scientific Venture...
> Riding the Emergency Third Rail Power Trip since 1996!

Then I wrote...

I think you need a different stylus (needle) for 78s compared to 45/33
RPM vinyl... the groove is a different shape

Cheers,

Joe

T
2005-01-05, 02:43
> I think you need a different stylus (needle) for 78s compared to 45/33 RPM
> vinyl... the groove is a different shape

Different EQ curve as well (actually, lots of different ones for 78, see
http://sound.westhost.com/project91.htm )

Tom

Stephen Ward
2005-01-05, 03:03
The following links may also be helpful... -- provided by Martin
Hairer, who produces Amadeus, the excellent sound editor for Macintosh:

<http://www.hairersoft.com/Amadeus.html>

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"Audio Restoration" by Ron Tipton:

<http://www.tdl-tech.com/restore.htm>


"Digitally Restoring Old Recordings On the Cheap" by John M. Clement,
PhD:

<http://www.hal-pc.org/~clement/Restoring%20Old%20Recordings.htm>

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Cheers...

- $.

Stephen R Ward
<srward (AT) srward (DOT) com>


On 5 Jan 2005, at 09:43, T wrote:

>> I think you need a different stylus (needle) for 78s compared to
>> 45/33 RPM vinyl... the groove is a different shape
>
> Different EQ curve as well (actually, lots of different ones for 78,
> see http://sound.westhost.com/project91.htm )
>
> Tom