I have made copies of obsolete audio media-tapes, discs, wires, cylinders
and belts-for hundreds of clients over the years. Most were from home
and professional recordings on light cardboard, uncoated and lacquer-coated
aluminum, and problem tapes.
I have successfully completed substantial projects for major musical
aggregations- the New York Philharmonic and the Chicago Symphony
Orchestras- and organizations emphasizing the spoken word- the George
Meany Memorial Archives, the Maryknoll Mission Archives and the
American Jewish Archives. I have produced records issued form my
preservation tapes for some of them. One cooperative effort resulted
in a shared Grammy nomination (1998).
Recently I have performed preservation-related services for the
Library of Congress, the National Archives, the Department of Justice
and the Smithsonian Institution as well as two of the Presidential
Record companies using work from my studio include CBS- Sony,
BMG, Rounder, Folkways, Smithsonian Institution Press, County, and
Parnassus among others.