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Recording studio in Tokyo
October 8, 2008 2:38 PM   Subscribe

I am in NYC, how can I find, in Tokyo ("near the Palace"), a recording studio that can record an interview between two people and send me the file? And an ISDN line connection would also be ideal.
posted by Duck_Lips to Technology (4 answers total)
 
Can't help you with the recording studio but anywhere that provides teleconferencing services ought to have an ISDN line. Or a conference center, or a hotel that provides conference space or meeting rooms might have one as well.
posted by XMLicious at 2:55 PM on October 8, 2008


yeah, I had ISDN in the late 90s . . . not much better than 56K really (compared to ADSL).
posted by troy at 4:07 PM on October 8, 2008


The Merrill Lynch offices in Tokyo fit the bill - except of course they are ML's facilities. Know anybody who works for ML in NYC who can ask a Tokyo colleague?
posted by Xhris at 4:45 PM on October 8, 2008


I would (perhaps naively) call WNYC or stop by and see if they'd let me peek at their list -- a while back I was interviewed for Studio 360 and they had a huge list of private studios near me with these exact specs that their stringers used to submit stories, record "in studio" interviews, etc. I'd imagine NPR has a list of places like this all over the world, down to the backup-backup-backup-emergency vendors.

Then again, looking at your profile, maybe you're working there now, in which case, never mind. :)
posted by range at 6:50 PM on October 8, 2008


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