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  Ampex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ampex was not a recording format, per se, but a company that invented the Quadruplex format that dominated the broadcast industry for decades.
One of the key engineers in the development of the Quadruplex video recorder for Ampex was Ray Dolby, who went on to form Dolby Laboratories, a pioneer in audio noise reduction systems.
Ampex Corporation is the parent company of Ampex Data Systems which manufactures digital archiving systems, principally for the broadcast industry.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ampex   (621 words)

Ampex's assets are not maintained for use by employees for non-business related purposes.
Ampex may on occasion contribute to local initiative or referendum campaigns where Ampex's interests are directly involved and where permitted by local law.
Employment by Ampex creates a relationship of confidence and trust between Ampex and each employee with respect to any information of a confidential or proprietary nature that may be disclosed to the employee during the course of his or her employment.
www.ampex.com /02inve/02corp_practices.html   (2092 words)

 Ampex wins a round in its online slander lawsuit
Company lawyers had argued in court filings that Ampex President Edward J. Bramson had been slandered by the allegedly false online claims by "Exampex" that Bramson had once observed that marijuana smokers should be "taken out and shot" and that a single mother who had contracted AIDS got what she deserved.
Defense attorneys, who include second- and third-year Stanford law school students, contended in court papers that Ampex's bid to subpoena their client's name ought to be denied because company policies enunciated by Bramson were fair game for criticism, anonymous or otherwise, because he is a public figure, well known in the media.
Ampex attorneys countered that the company and its executives have a right to know the identity of their accuser and that there is ample precedent in emerging Internet law for courts to ensure that targets of defamatory statements have an opportunity to redress grievances.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2002/01/08/BU139866.DTL&type=printable   (648 words)

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The record key allows to access certain records required by the user in an efficient way, and this is the reason for the introduction of the record key.
For F files it is the length of the binary record and should be a multiple of 360 (compatibility between computers with different wordlength); the default value is installation-dependent.
RECORD = record numbers NOTRECORD = record numbers For option RECORD only those records will be read, which numbers are given within the group of integers, for example SELECT data_name RECORD = 1, 2, 4:9,20: means reading of records 1,2, 4 to 9, and from 20 to the end of file.
www.desy.de /~blobel/fpack.txt   (7568 words)

 The Lords of London   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
They often played to their peers on weekends and were kept out of the bar circuit by their young ages.
Their desire was to be like their heroes, The Beatles or The Dave Clark Five, and Ampex Records spotted this potential, signing the act for a series of singles.
They recorded one album with Bob Horne replacing Agnello and had a moderate hit with the song "Communication" before the group dissintegrated.
canoe.ca /JamMusicPopEncycloPagesL/lords.html   (248 words)

 Stax Records
Ellis loaned Stewart his first recording equipment, educated about the value of publishing and and taught him the basic mechanics of running a small independent record label and establishing an affiliate publishing company.
Estelle took out a $2500 on her house and they began a record label they called Satellite (probably because Sputnik, the Russians' first earth satellite, was launched in October, 1957, and dominated the news).
When the recording session for Jenkins turned into a disaster, they used the last half hour of studio time to record Jenkin's 21 year old driver, Otis Redding.
www.history-of-rock.com /stax_records.htm   (1481 words)

 glossary text d main
Timecode generated from a continuous internal clock, ie clock run is not triggered on/off by recording start/stop.
An exponential function modelling the non-linearity of the light output of a CRT with respect to voltage input.
Defined as a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels, recorded at 24fps in progressive scan mode.
www.elementalfilms.co.uk /projectx/glossary_text_d_main.htm   (1144 words)

 Cris Williamson
Meg Christian), and her first record for the label, The Changer And The Changed, was the all-time best selling independent record from the early 70s until the early 90s - the same time period that King's Tapestry was the best selling record by a female solo artist.
The recording quality is particularly damaging to the sophisticated tunes like Millington's bossa nova-influenced "I Would Fly," which I'd love to hear a cleaner rendition of.
Periodically Williamson's narration is interrupted by songs, none of which appear to be closely related to the story line, and several are quite good: the title instrumental is complex and engaging, "Don't Let The Midnight Oil Burn Out" is one of her most memorable and thoughtful love songs, with an incredible fade chorus.
www.warr.org /williamson.html   (2213 words)

 History Of Sound In Chronological Order 1947 - 1955
1947 Roy Brown recorded one of the earliest "rock and roll" songs Good Rocking Tonight on Deluxe label, although the name was common in early blues recordings such as Trixie Smith's 1922 My Man Rocks Me With One Steady Roll.
1950 Muddy Waters recorded Rollin' Stone for the Aristocrat label of Leonard and Phil Chess on Maxwell Street in Chicago, at the end of Highway 61, "the road to freedom" followed by many fl blues singers from the Miss Delta to Chicago.
Ampex introduces the first high speed reel-to-reel duplicator as its Model 3200.
www.vinyl-record-collectors.net /history-of-sound-4.htm   (802 words)

 Untitled Document
By the fall of 1956, Chess Records was making money and so the company moved to South Michigan Avenue where the space would allow them to build a real studio with bona fide recording equipment and enough room for offices, a reception area, and a packing room.
In 1968 Leonard and Phil sold Chess Records to GRT (General Recorded Tapes) and this was the beginning of the end for Chess.
In the 1920s smaller record labels brought out "race records" that promoted jazz music, blues, and country music that was being neglected by the major record companies.
members.aol.com /bookviewzine/myhomepage/issue141.html   (2589 words)

 Collecting Vinyl Records
The value of any given vinyl record can be anywhere from very low to zero if the vinyl is in very poor condition, thousands of dollars or anywhere in between.
Playing a record without cleaning it can result in damage to the record so we recommend that records be cleaned before playing.
Note: Reports problem of deteriorating sound recording tape, result of which is that the tapes are very difficult to run and may, in serious cases, jam in the recorder.
www.collectorsvinyl.com /CollectingVinyl.htm   (2136 words)

 Beatles Reference Library - Reel to Reel Tapes
These were reproduced at one half or one fourth of the recorded speed for the public.
Also, classical recordings were longer, and thus were better suited to the reel format.
Capitol (Ampex) stopped issuing new reel tapes in late 1971, but the format survived for possibly ten more years through record clubs as a "special order" item.
www.beatletracks.com /barchive/tapes.html   (738 words)

 TAXI A&R Interview: Marc Nathan, Universal Records
When a Hootie record in the Carolinas was out performing other records that were national hits at the time, it becomes a no-brainer.
That means that there are people buying that record that don't even know that a member of the band might be their next door neighbor.
By playing live, developing a fan base, by having that fan base call the radio stations asking to play the record, by bringing the record up to the radio station and explaining what your fan base is and how you're trying to create some national awareness, you can take it to the next level.
www.taxi.com /faq/ar/nathan.html   (2752 words)

 Capitol Records   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The back of the L.P. record was the liner and that was where all the writing was done.
Paula: Some other artist sent a gorgeous blanket when Nori was born and it was really expensive and I didn't need blankets, so the store name was on the box, so I took it in and traded it in for a stroller.
From the late 40s to the late 60s, Capitol Records was the most active and hot label in Hollywood.
surrealist.org /people/capitol3.html   (4204 words)

 The Art of Collecting Vinyl Records, Great Hobby
This means that the music on vinyl records can be used with the new MP3 players, computers and newer home and car CD players.
A study was done in 1976 that reported on tests of LP record wear, and on cleaning devices and agents, measuring the increase of noise and distortion in successive plays of discs cleaned each time before playing.
The cause is thought to be the deterioration of the polyurethane binder used to hold the magnetic material onto the tape base, probably caused by hydrolysis of the polyurethane brought about by atmospheric moisture adsorbed onto the tape surface.
www.thelaughingpapillon.com /CollectingVinyl.php   (2272 words)

 MS481: National Farmers Organization Records, 1956-1990   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
National Farmer’s Organization Records, MS 481, Special Collections Department, Iowa State University Library.
The NFO, which now has its headquarters in Ames, Iowa, is organized on county, Congressional district, state, and national levels.
Records include correspondence, reports, press releases, legal documents, Federal Bureau of Investigation files, legal services billing lists, a history of the NFO, publications, and audiotapes.
www.lib.iastate.edu /spcl/manuscripts/MS481.html   (582 words)

 La Louisianne Studios
For 45 years La Louisianne studios have recorded musicians from all over the world......a continuing dream that Carol Rachou brought to life with a single Telefunken microphone and a Ampex 351 single track tape recorder.
The thousands of musicians who have recorded in the studio over the years have created that "La Lou Vibe" which is so often captured in today's recordings.
In todays digital recording enviroment, quality microphones are a necessity in the recording studio.
www.lalouisiannerecords.com /studio.htm   (321 words)

 When Vinyl Ruled -- 2002 Edition
Dale Manquen reported on the success of his negotiations with the Ampex Corporation to have them host Ampex audio related material on their servers.
Some of the tradeoffs made in record mastering were outlined.
Mike Spitz said that he once considered manufacturing an entirely new high performance tape recorder, but found the project ultimately to be uneconomical.
www.aes.org /aeshc/docs/mtgschedules/113conv2002/vinyl_3_report_1.html   (600 words)

 Schedule for When Vinyl Ruled Exhibit at 113th Convention
Magnetic tape recording was the technology that made practical the production of long-playing records.
Capitol Records will have the spotlight when Carson Taylor talks about and plays examples of Tower and location recordings of the fifties, sixties, and seventies.
The legacy of these 30 ips Magnetophon and Ampex machines of the 1940s continues as ½ inch and 1 inch two track recordings are today considered the "platinum standard" for mastering room source tapes.
www.aes.org /aeshc/docs/mtgschedules/113conv2002/schedule-for-when-vinyl-ruled-113th.html   (1345 words)

 Todd Rundgren Issues Utopia Live From 1982
Rundgren recorded three albums with The Nazz before disbanding the group.
Todd Rundgren's has released four CD packages from his personal reissue/bootleg series thus far, including "Live At The Forum '94," which was recorded in England in 1994, in North London's famous venue The Forum.
The "Nearly Human Tour, Japan '90" release was recorded with an 11-piece band in January 1990 at the Sun Plaza in Tokyo.
www.rockandmetal.com /toddrundgren2.html   (568 words)

 C12 feat. Jole - stayaround.com
Carlos Bess is responsible for releasing the first New York hip hop/Dance record "Fun with the Boys".
In 1991 he was among the founders of the legendary recording studio "The Shack".
In 1997 he was nominated for both the Grammy and the Brit award.Speaking of the KULT Font, CARLOS has been releasing records on Kult Records since 95" (Break Beat Albums).
www.stayaround.com /artist-79.html   (954 words)

 Hungry Chuck Biography
It was their intention to form a band that played an eclectic style of music blended from root forms of American Music: rhythm and blues, blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, folk, country and gospel.
The group recorded an as yet unissued LP for Bearsville that same year.
Then again in 1982 to record an LP with the Texas rockabilly legend, Sid King, in Dallas.
www.thecoolgroove.com /chuckbio.html   (494 words)

 Ampex Album Discography
Ampex was the maker of electronic equipment and magnetic tape.
They were the maker of the 8- track tape blanks (especially quadraphonic 8-track, later) for many different labels, so there are a lot of 8-tracks with "Ampex" as the listed label when in fact these were issues of albums from other labels.
In 1970, Ampex decided to get into the vinyl record business, and started their own label, distributed by Warner Brothers.
www.bsnpubs.com /warner/distributed/ampex.html   (1462 words)

 MDI PrecisionMotorWorks - Ampex ATR-100
Fully remanufactured Ampex ATR-102's are available from MDI PrecisionMotorWorks.
The last tape recorder built in the U.S.A. by AMPEX, these machines have been 100% restored in only the way you
I installed the EMC ATR-100 heads that we bought from you on the ATR that we bought from an eBay seller and while I did have several problems with his machine your heads were perfect.
www.precisionmotorworks.com /atr100.htm   (957 words)

Harris served as president of Ampex Records and also held several high-ranking posts with CBS Records.
From 1933-42, Lomax-working alone and with his father, John A. Lomax--travelled the U.S. and Caribbean, recording traditional music for the Library of Congress.
Executive Albert Melnick, in Pompano Beach, Fla. Founder of A&L Distributing in Philadelphia, he was a prominent figure in the early years of the record business, working with such labels as Bell, Fantasy and Riverside.
www.billboard.com /bb/yearend/2002/passings4.jsp   (403 words)

 Jesse Winchester   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
During one such foray in Toronto, he was spotted by Robbie Robertson of The Band and was enticed into recording an album that Robertson would produce.
His self-titled debut on Ampex Records featured guest performances by David Rea, Al Cherney, Ken Pearson, Bob Boucher, David Lewis, Gary Black, and fellow The Band member Garth Hudson.
In 1999, after an 11-year absence from recording, he returned in typically low-key fashion with the amiable "Gentleman Of Leisure".
www.canoe.ca /JamMusicPopEncycloPagesW/winchester.html   (351 words)

 Vagrant Records: Glenn D. White, Acoustician
In general, a recording studio should be as big as you can afford to make it.
There is no such thing as a recording studio that is too big, but there are lots of them that are too small.
You wouldn't want to record in a reverberation chamber, because the reverberation is too high in level and too long, but also it is too close to the direct sound.
www.vagrantrecords.com /other/news/vgNews4.html   (7242 words)

 ATR Services, Inc. - Your mixes will thank you.
A new ATR-102 equipped with Aria electronics — recognized worldwide as the ultimate in analog recording — is now hard at work transferring vintage tapes to digital and recording new project mixes at Curb Studios in Nashville.
Curb’s new machine is set up for record and playback using interchangeable quarter-inch and half-inch headblocks.
Curb Studios is a division of the Curb Records label, and one of the first assignments for Craig White was transferring more than one hundred vintage catalog master tapes recently purchased by label president Mike Curb from Tower/Capitol Records.
www.atrservice.com /news/news_item.php?newsid=39   (253 words)

 Ampex Items   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Ampex 456 2 inch reel to reel tape good condition
ampex 381 80 minute 8 track recording cartridge (3 tape
Ampex ATR-100 compl set 3 1/2” NOS tension arm bearings
www.edirectamerica.com /ampex.html   (300 words)

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Robbie Basho, Basho Sings (Volume 3), US original Takoma Records fl label mono issue LP, classic Folk/ Psych album, sleeve is VG++ with light wear on top left spine, disc is beautiful NM condition.
- $250 The Moon, Without Earth, US original Imperial Records LP, fantastic psych featuring ex-Beach Boy David Marks, sleeve is VG++ with light shelf wear, disc is NM with one light mark on side one that DOES NOT affect play.
- $30 Wishbone Ash, Live From Memphis, US original Decca Records promo only issue LP, exclusive sleeve has light shelf wear and discoloration of white along edges, disc is unplayed NM condition.
www.slcd.com /vinyl.txt   (1091 words)

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