Here at Eastern Washington University we are working on ways to digitize
all kinds of stuff. We are hoping to apply for a grant for a pilot
project, and looking at a small collection of historical pictures of the
University, as well as recital tapes from the Music department seniro
students. An employee of the University took the pictures, and the
recital tapes are recorded at a live performance using University staff
and equipment. Ultimate goal is to have a digital archive (sic) of
materials owned and produced by the University.
Has anyone else done this ? What software did you use? Besides the
problem of 2nd and 3rd copyrights for composers et al., can anyone
suggest some helpful hints or how-I-done-it-good's? Any
Thanks in advance.
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