This forum is for discussion about content found on https://apolloinrealtime.org 

Very little of the thousands of hours of Mission Control audio on the website has been heard or documented. As you find moments of interest, post them here for discussion.

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Messages - daniel

Pages: [1]
1
General Discussion / Re: Download of a complete "mission".
« on: Today at 10:13:26 am »
Hi roonilwazlib and all,
Just a quick note to say that on archive.org the Apollo 13 files are offset for some reason which is probably why you're seeing channels 7-8 on the next tape when looking at 29-30.
For me it's not a huge problem as I'm used to finding things with the offset taken into account but can see how it may be confusing.
The trick is to look at the file names rather than the name of the collection item.
Hth,

Daniel

2
General Discussion / Re: Download of a complete "mission".
« on: April 20, 2020, 11:43:55 am »
Hi,
Very cool. Here's the link:
https://archive.org/search.php?query=Apollo%2011%20MOCR%20ACR%20Collection
It's worth noting that these files are unprocessed in any fashion.
The levels are all over the place, and there's persistent hums.
I've cleaned these files up significantly on my end, although I don't have online storage enough to host them at the moment.

3
General Discussion / Re: Download of a complete "mission".
« on: April 20, 2020, 11:36:50 am »
@Naraht, I don't think there is an index to the tape numbers as of yet.
They do however progress in an order from T920 backwards to T911, hr1 and hr2.
The pattern switches up a bit after that, although will keep this short on here due to the fact that this is only slightly related to the apollo in realtime project.
It's logical for the most part though.
Not sure what the policy is with discussing the multitrack tapes on here, but if the admins are alright with it I'm certainly happy to continue this discussion.
I've been listening to these over the last little while, so can probably answer any general questions as far as tape order and timeline.
Hth.

4
General Discussion / Re: Download of a complete "mission".
« on: April 20, 2020, 11:28:24 am »
Hi,
The link to the Apollo 13 MOCR ACR Collection is here:
https://archive.org/details/nasaaudiocollection?and%5B%5D=%22Apollo+13+MOCR+ACR+Collection%22&sin=&sort=-publicdate
I'm totally blind as well, I've managed to grab things from that collection, although could send you a pm with more exact instructions if it would be useful.
Using the second edit box for searching exact tape numbers cuts down on the lag with screenreaders significantly.
I also have a document with the channel assignments, as the two tracksheets on archive.org are both jpgs and don't OCR particularly well.
Hth.

Daniel

5
General Discussion / Re: Download of a complete "mission".
« on: April 20, 2020, 05:28:39 am »
Hi,
Just to say that you can certainly do this.
I've personally done such a setup with first Apollo 11 and now 13.
Edit: all of the Apollo 13 tapes appear to be up.
Hth.

6
General Discussion / Re: Apollo 13 TELMU audio loop blank?
« on: March 15, 2020, 08:37:34 pm »
Hi,
Just a quick note to say that you're not the only one experiencing this. I thought it was a glitch/streaming error on my end, but apparently not.

Daniel

Pages: [1]