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Music Roll Scanning - Everybody Profits
By John A. Tuttle

Hi All,  Craig Brougher has written an interesting article about
the advantages of scanning music rolls and those who are against the
current efforts being made to preserve both the music and the words
in an electronic format.  Using an unexpected comparison as his main
talking point, he takes the reader through a time in history when all
businesses were faced with the choice of standing still or moving into
the unknown.

And, while the outcome of the history-changing event is well-known,
the need to continue every effort to capture the essence of what is
contained in paper music rolls becomes crystal clear.  This thoughtful
and well-written article is accessible both directly, from the link
just below, or from Craig's Comments page:

John A Tuttle
Brick, New Jersey, USA

(Message sent Mon 10 Jul 2006, 16:56:54 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Everybody, Music, Profits, Roll, Scanning

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