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Converting Music Rolls to Audio Recordings
By George Bogatko

One other step that hasn't been mentioned is the conversion from
the original medium's expression coding to MIDI expression coding.

If one were merely to transcribe an Ampico or Duo-Art roll and then
immediately play it without undergoing this conversion, the (constant
volume) rumblings and tinklings in the bass and treble would be rather

George Bogatko

(Message sent Tue 2 Nov 1999, 13:33:39 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  Audio, Converting, Music, Recordings, Rolls

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