[78-L] recording sessions on lacquers began . . . ?

Milan P Milovanovic milanpmilovanovic4 at gmail.com
Sat Apr 21 06:10:49 PDT 2012

And may I ask one further question: were master 78 rpm discs (that went 
later on electroplating) cut directly from the console output or these were 
dubs from 16" master/safety discs used for recording everything in studio 
during session?

It is interesting that in "Orchestra Wives" (1942) Miller's band is 
portrayed while doing recording session on 78 rpm lacqer discs.

Thank you.

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From: "Randy Watts" <rew1014 at yahoo.com>
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Subject: [78-L] recording sessions on lacquers began . . . ?

When did Victor and Columbia begin recording sessions onto 16-inch lacquers?

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