Re: [RedHotJazz] New 78 rpm internet radio station
Are you Elite Syncopations too?
--- vntager8io <bryan@...> wrote:
> After several months of preparation, I'm pleased to=======================================
> announce that "Shellac Stack" internet
> radio is up and running! Shellac Stack internet
> radio is an online 24-hour-a-day station
> playing a mix of 78s from my collection
> (1890s-1950s). For several years, I've been
> converting my 78 collection to MP3. Now, with
> several thousand records in digital format, I
> decided the time was ripe to put those MP3s to work
> in an online radio station. I mostly
> collect 1910s-1930s jazz and dance bands, but have
> records from many different genres.
> Shellac Stack internet radio is a "grab bag" format,
> with everything from '20s dance bands
> to "hillbilly" records to big bands, to comic songs,
> to blues--in short, if it's on a
> commercially-made 78 in my collection, it's good to
> go! (I do try to limit the spoken word
> recordings though and go primarily for musical
> I launched the stream yesterday and after testing it
> for a while, all seems to be in good
> order. If you want to try it out yourself, just to
> Or you can find a link for the stream on my Shellac
> Stack webpage:
> Listening is free, but requires registration with
> Live365 (also free). The stream is in 56k
> mono MP3, so the quality is fairly high for an
> internet radio stream, but that may cause
> some trouble for listeners with dial-up connections.
> Listeners with cable, DSL, T1
> connections or better should have no problem.
> Bryan Wright
"Never, never, never give in!"
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