whoa, a lot to dig through there - the podcasts page looks like a great start, thanks!
― The Complainte of Ray Tabano, Tuesday, 20 January 2015 03:46 (three years ago) Permalink
New BBC series Sound Of Song is relevant to this thread, recreating old recording devices. Episode 1 is on iPlayer.
― nate woolls, Tuesday, 20 January 2015 07:28 (three years ago) Permalink
Other thread with related info is: What is Country?
with most important relevant link to here:http://www.aes.org/aeshc/docs/recording.technology.history/notes.html
― Mike j'Abo (James Redd and the Blecchs), Sunday, 25 January 2015 22:24 (three years ago) Permalink
Original link still works!
― Mark G, Sunday, 25 January 2015 22:31 (three years ago) Permalink
Sorry, wasn't thinking about original link just repurposing thread a little to be links to old time recording methods references, such as the Audio Engineering Society Recording Technology History page I just linked to, since I was not aware of some such other thread.
― Mike j'Abo (James Redd and the Blecchs), Monday, 26 January 2015 00:10 (three years ago) Permalink
NY Times profile of WFMU's gramophone/cylinders specialist (and a high-school classmate of yrs truly) Mike Cumella:
― skateboards are the new combover (Dr Morbius), Saturday, 17 October 2015 05:10 (three years ago) Permalink
And the original UCSB archive site has been updated.
― Ned Raggett, Friday, 6 November 2015 17:52 (three years ago) Permalink
also related, at IU-Bloomington:
― sleeve, Friday, 6 November 2015 17:55 (three years ago) Permalink
Meantime, there's this -- Archeophone has a lot of good stuff in their catalog.
― Ned Raggett, Tuesday, 9 August 2016 14:39 (two years ago) Permalink