31 minutes | Sep 13, 2018

#17 At Home in the Library

This episode of Library Bytegeist is all about New York’s public libraries and the people who inhabit them. In a city that has a reputation for being inhospitable, many people have found a makeshift home away from home in the library. Leila Goldstein reports a story about the live-in custodians and their families who used to have apartments in NYPL. Noam Osband reports a story about Brooklyn Public Library's experiments with new furniture to make library spaces more flexible. Transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cOp_s5z2S2vS0aFYVjsvn6U5p30QT_ByyDjX2WcQkxA/edit?usp=sharing Hosted and Produced by Molly Schwartz Reported features by Leila Goldstein and Noam Osband Audio Mastering by Dalton Harts Music and Soundtracks: Opening track: “Magic” by Otis MacDonald from the YouTube Audio Library “Rarified” by Podington Bear from www.soundofpicture.com "Magical Dirt" by Sir Cubworth from the YouTube Audio Library Closing track: "Red Hair, Blue Sky" by Monplaisir from the Free Music Archive Tools used to record this podcast: The audio booth at METRO: bit.ly/MetroAudio RE20 microphone: www.electrovoice.com/product.php?id=91 oTranscribe: otranscribe.com/ Reaper: www.reaper.fm/ Izotope: www.izotope.com/en/products/repai…plug-in-pack.html
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