SH Spotlight Ever see an old 1929 electric phonograph with a steel needle in action? Take a look.

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. The Beave

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    :bigeek:

    :crazy:
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  2. The Beave

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    Do you know what this is worth????!!!!!!!!
    Holy Schmidt!!
    Beave
     
  3. The Beave

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    Niiiiice.
    Beave
     
  4. beccabear67

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    My father was born under nazi occupation. He had a front row seat for 'A Bridge Too Far' except he was only three, but he has dim memories of a dead soldier hanging from a parachute and starving. Biggest music lover (and a performer still) and I guess the first record collector I ever met. Who knows what music he heard early on to grab his imagination, maybe something like the recording that started this thread? :cool:
     
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  5. xilef regnu

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    This video from the same folks shows a needle being inserted.

     
  6. sparkmeister

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    Steve - are you referring to the audio transfer for the YouTube clip because presumably the music was recorded originally with a single microphone, when the record was made?
     
  7. Steve Hoffman

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    I'm speaking of the making of the YouTube video. A needle drop with picture.
     
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