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An Archivist's Tale

By Geof Huth and Karen Trivette

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Archivists in conversation with archivists, discussing their work and passions and how they care for the historical record and present the storied past. Hosted by husband and wife team Karen Trivette and Geof Huth.

Customer Reviews

Not That Impressed

Started listening after seeing a Facebook post but was disappointed. First of all, they have separate microphones for the speakers. That means that one voice comes into your left ear, and the other voice in your other ear. Listening on a headset is not a pleasant experience. This is not how stereo was meant to be.
Episode one was mainly chatter about the presenters themselves. I am not sure if that was interesting to a large audience. After being disappointed with episode one I listened to the latest episode 49. More of the same.
But they do like to laugh. A lot.

Very Great with a Caveat

This is an invaluable resource of information that has very little public exposure. This podcast does an excellent job in promoting hard working, brilliant people who receive very little recognition and thanks for the important work they do.
Caveats: The audio mixing in this is BIZARRE! It is the only interview I have ever heard (podcast, radio, tv) where the different voices are panned 100% to the left and 100% to the right, as if the listener wouldn't be able to tell voices apartment if they weren't quadraned off into their seperate corners. This creates what's known in the biz as "ear fatigue" and a lot of open space in the center of the stereo field where outside noises leak in and distract from a more immersive listening experience.
That being said, that is very easy to fix and may just be growing pains for the project. Overall, great podcast!

I love that this exists!

So glad I found this podcast! I love hearing what other archivists do and how they got where they are!

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  • Category: Society & Culture
  • Language: English

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