On 09/10/2012, Paul Stamler wrote:
> On 10/9/2012 8:42 AM, David Lewis wrote:
>> Dr. B wrote:
>> In late 1922
>> Hewitt had a visit from Charles Hoxie who was doing sound-on-film
>> recording for GE and WGY, and loaned Hewitt some of the equipment.
>> Parts of this system was later the basis of the Brunswick Light Ray
>> Recording process which is not such a mystery as Dave Lewis seems to
>> Well, good. Perhaps you can point me to a study on the light ray
>> technology. I'm interested in it, but never encountered much on it
>> record collector's scuttlebutt.
> Hoxie's two relevant patents are 1,456,595 and 1,637,903. You can get
> them from www.freepatentsonline.com (you have to register). Once
> you've registered and signed in, enter the patent number in the Search
> window and, when you get the option, download the .pdf.
where you do not have to register or sign in. It may be a little slow at
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