Oral History Tasmania

Oral History Equipment

Hiring equipment

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 $20 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.

Buying equipment

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.