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shake it, shake it, Sugaree


URL icon « on: September 14, 2009, 08:55:18 AM »

I want to be your Digital Archivist

Monte's bus

welcome to my crib



little kid photo mosaic

me and my Dad


Monte's first bus 1954


Barry brothers Monte, Marc, Matthew July 1962


Christmas 1962 Monte, Marc, Mom, Matt


The Bus came by and I got on in 1972
that's when it all began



the Grateful Dead - Alembic - Ampex - Monte factor

Appalachian Trail southbound toward the Presidential Range
Mt. Washington (left) and Mt.Adams (right) in background August 1977



The Mount Washington Observatory
The Appalachian Trail

Monte is a trail grub
saddle up almost there



Pirate's Cove nearby San Luis Obispo, Calif April 8, 1979
TRW-Vidar electronics co-workers Dave Lukedemier and Monte Barry



Monte Collegiate Peaks Range Mt. Columbia December 1980


Monte Engineer in Charge USA Cable Network Palisades Cliffs 1982
Network Operation Center Armstrong Tower Alpine, NJ



Mt. Princeton Collegiate Peaks Range 1986
Tim Keefe, Monte Barry, Glenn Hill



Glenn and Monte were the Video Engineeers at Telluride Bluegrass Festival 1986
we engineered an 8-camera shoot Challenger Productions provided the TV truck

Glenn Hill and Monte Barry Scanimate alumni 1984 to 1986
Computer Image Corporation & Computer Image Productions, Denver, Colorado


Scanimate video trailer

Scanimate was developed in the 1960s


3D Studio image created and rendered by Monte in July 1993
using a 486 CPU-based PC clone running Autodesk 3D Studio - DOS ver 2.0



Monte's first 2 website designs in 1996
are still hosted by The Wayback Machine

James Associates Engineering
Central American Travel Exchange

Monte WVNY-TV Burlington, VT 2000


Monte and the boys met for a reunion December 14, 2008
Harry Bickel's place - Louisville, KY

Tony Rice, Curtis Burch, Dan Crary, J.D. Crowe, John Cowan, Sam Bush


a few of these boys performed this Newgrass medley
  featuring 15-year-old Mark O'Connor on violin
mixed and taped by soundman Monte Barry in 1976

Friend of The Devil > Blackberry Blossom

Monte never really fell off the bus


I am a former Taper. I began recording live music shows in 1973. I was a soundman from 1975 to 1977. I recently condensed my best recordings into a multimedia "Taper's Catalog," (music book) so to speak. I put a biography of myself in there so I can be very clear about my premise. This is a great example for musicians to look at. It is very affordable. I did EVERY-THING myself. Put an end to the rumor mills, mysteries, and spins -- and take charge of your own history. You have full control. You manage your biographical content, and how your information gets digitally transferred to the internet. I am the Digital Archivist. I can make it happen for you. Please look at the example I made of myself. Thanks.

Monte the Taper

try and imagine your projects or your life's work getting archived on your internet sites
imagine your work being profiled on your sites instead of me and my Taper's Catalog on my sites 

peace always to all my brothers and sisters


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