U-Turn Audio. Pro-Ject Turntables, Phono Preamplifiers, Speed boxes, Cartridge Alignment, 1-800-229-0644. Papercrafts, my stories, and the occasional insight. Did you stamp some Flower Shop images and try to punch them out?
Did you discover what I learned – the images aren’t symmetrical! Took me a while, but I have a system to make it easier. Grab your stamps, your punch and a Sharpie and let’s get started! I HIGHLY recommend you follow this procedure for ONE image and your punch. Make sure you’ve got everything lined up, and THEN add the marks to the rest of the images. See those little black dots? I began the process by putting dots on the stamps and the negative image just so I could line them up easily to put them back!
If you happen to put the dot in the wrong place, never fear – it wipes off quite easily with Staz-on ink cleaner and a cotton swab. If you’ve already taken your stamps out of the negative rubber and discarded it, you can still make your dots. The Origins of Okeh. Nauck's Vintage Records. ARCHIVE OF RECORDED 78 RPM RECORDS. Hot Wax Tees. Nce upon a time in a joint far, far away, records were... records.
Come to think of it, radios had tubes, too - but that's another story. 78 would run for just over three minutes. That's how we decided how long a popular song ought to be, and mostly, we haven't changed our minds. id anyone even pay attention to the labels? Graphic artists in the twenties and thirties were working from a tradition of hand lettering and design that doesn't even exist today. ArchiveGrid. University of California, Los Angeles.
University Extension. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 7 sound recordings. Recording of a workshop on the recording industry, held in the fall of 1964 at the University of California Extension, Los Angeles, and co-sponsored by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, attended by recording industry executives. Lectures followed a "step by step case study of the development of an LP album from initial decision through all aspects of production to final public acceptance.
" Welcome to the Record-Rama Sound Archive Database. UBIQUITY RECORDS. Apollo Masters lacquer record discs. The Secret Society of Lathe Trolls. Presto History. THE PRESTO HISTORY PAGE (Updated July 2012) Newly added are personal recollections from Robert and Joe Saliba, son's of founder George Saliba and can be found in the reference section, paragraphs 4 and 5 at the end of this narrative.
PRESTO Recording Corporation was a power-house company in the broadcast and recording industry, and most radio stations and networks that made use of disc recorders for delayed broadcast, or air checks, etc., were users of PRESTO EQUIPMENT. All of the major broadcast network headquarters, as well as many recording studios used PRESTO recorders. This page will include a brief history, as much as we have to date, as we are still accumulating information. And we will compare the development of the basic PRESTO models over the years. The very early years are a little sketchy but the Presto Products Company was founded in 1915. In 1932 Gernsback Publications published a book "Home Recording And All About It", written by George Saliba. The Disc plant, front view. Aardvark Record Mastering - Mastering of vinyl records.
Nature's Beauty In Sight & Sound. PARAMOUNT'S RISE AND FALL - ROOTS AND HISTORY OF PARAMOUNT RECORD by ALEX VAN DER TUUK (MAINSPRING PRESS) How did a chair manufacturer come to dominate the new "race record" field in the 1920s?
The fascinating story unfolds in this newly revised and expanded edition of Alex van der Tuuk's classic Paramount history. You find two new sections, many additional photos, and substantial updates to the original text — all in an affordable, high-quality paperback edition. Paramount introduced Ma Rainey, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Charley Patton, Skip James, and other blues greats to the world — but there's much more to the story than its legendary jazz and blues records. Alex van der Tuuk reveals the full history of the people and companies behind the label in a landmark work that blends musical, business, and local history in a unique way. Even if you're fortunate enough to own a first edition (already a collectors' item!) Homestudio - AudioLab review. Notes revised August 16, 1999, by Steve Schoenherr Origins 1877 - Edison made the first recording of a human voice ("Mary had a little lamb") on the first tinfoil cylinder phonograph Dec. 6 (the word "Halloo" may have been recorded in July on an early paper model derived from his 1876 telegraph repeater, but the paper has not survived) and filed for an American patent Dec. 24.
John Kruesi built this first practical machine Dec. 1-6 from a sketch given to him by Edison that was made Nov. 29 (not on "Aug. 12" that Edison mistakenly wrote on another sketch in 1917). HOW TO RECORD ON WAX CYLINDER. THIS WEBPAGE WILL SHOW YOU...
HOW TO RECORD THE SOUND ON WAX CYLINDER SORRY, ALL VDO CLIPS HAD BEEN PRESENTED IN THAI BUT THESE ARE WORTH TO WATCH. ... (Please click on the image to watch each part)...