Good quality digital recording equipment is available for hire to members of Oral History Tasmania.
It comes complete with lapel microphones, easy-to-follow instructions and USB cord for downloading the interview to your computer.
Cost of hire is $30 per week plus transport costs.
Hirers must also sign a form indemnifying Oral History Tasmania for any loss or damage (fair wear and tear excepted) up to $250 (for individuals) and $500 (for institutions).
The recorder is available from the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston or delivery can be organised. Contact us to make a booking.
Detailed recommendations about recording equipment are available in the Oral History Handbook, written by Beth Robertson and published by Oral History SA.
Copies are available from Oral History Tasmania at a cost of $28 for members or $35 for non-members, plus p&p. Contact us to order a copy.
Further information is available from Oral History NSW.