Tuesday, July 13, 2010
The recording of his own voice reading the lesson is much clearer. I used only one of the readings, and selected the clearest one. That portion of the audio leads as it has the best fidelity.the recording overall isn't a huge mystery compared to the other discs I've ripped. We have a last name, and a first initial, no school or lesson book name but that may be too much to ask. Date is probably mid 1940s based on the Yellow audiodisc label, but I have seen 10" discs with the same label used into the 1950s. I'd err toward the latter based on the condition.