Have a collection/archive of aging reel to reels, carts, cassettes, or records that you want to preserve in the digital age?
I have the resources and the time to help you convert those analog gems into any digital audio format you wish (aiff, mp3, mp4, wav, etc). I have a vintage Crown 800 reel to reel which can play 7-1/2 and 3-3/4 reels beautifully, plus TEAC and Techniques cassette machines and CD burner.
I am also planning on acquiring a Tapecaster cart machine if the demand is great enough. I can put the files on CD, DVD, or an external or thumb drive.
My rates are reasonable–$20.00/reel in most cases, and yes, I have splicing equipment in case a repair is in order. As a former broadcaster, I know the value of precious memories, award winning material, or just the bloopers that made the job fun!
Visit my website jimdoblin.com and we’ll hash out the details.
Waiting it out in the rain. County Clerk Kim Davis didn’t show for work Thursday or Friday, but we expect she’ll return Monday September 14th. Whether she allows her office to grant same-sex marriage licenses is the 64k question.
At 103 years young Saturday, Loren Wade has been dubbed “America’s Oldest Worker.” He’s worked in various capacities at the Walmart in Winfield Kansas since 1983, currently in the garden section.
After serving in the Air Force in WWII, he had 20 some odd years at the post office when he” retired” and then decided sitting in a rocking chair wasn’t for him.
To celebrate the town is throwing a birthday party this afternoon and his story was aired on the Today Show Sunday, July 26th.
Wade received a call from another famous senior: former Senator Bob Dole, 11 years Wade’s junior.
Oh yea…Loren still drives to work five days a week.
Walmart did Wade and the rest of the “Greatest Generation” a solid as well; donating 125k to the National World War II Memorial Campaign.
It was a pleasure and an education interviewing Loren Wade.
(footnote: Wade passed away at age 104 in late November, 2016).
At least 16 sites were linked via satellite or ip for the annual P&G company-wide meeting on June 18th. I field produced the Fayetteville, AR. segments with Freebird Communications.
This is Razorback country of course!
Equiventure Farms, LLC. is a full-service day and residential service for adults with developmental disabilities currently in three Kansas locations. I created and host the website, set up company email and shared web calendar (integrated into Thunderbird email client and Apple’s iCalendar). Working on encryption and other issues for this growing operation.