Sound recordings of presentations at ARSC's 48th Annual Conference in Chapel Hill, NC in May 2014 are now available online to ARSC members:
Please go to the ARSC website to hear Gary R. Boye on "Doc Watson's Earliest Recordings & the Creation of a Folk Musician," Chris Lacinak on "Recent, Free, Open-Source Tools for Preservation," Bill Doggett "Emancipation Proclamation: From Minstrel Coon Songs to Negro Spirituals", and much, much more!
If you are a member and require login credentials please contact me off list.
If you are not a member, please consider joining ARSC to take advantage of this benefit: http://www.arsc-audio.org/join.html. New members will receive login credentials immediately and their memberships will extend through 2015.
If you presented at the conference and would like to make your presentation slides available please send them to Patrick Feaster ([log in to unmask]).
Please note that ARSC recordings are protected by copyright. Copies are made available here with the presenters' permission solely for personal and educational non-profit, non-commercial use. No part may be sold, loaned, distributed, broadcast, or published without the written permission of the presenter.
Thanks to all who presented or attended the conference and thanks to ARSC President Patrick Feaster and ARSC Web Editor Kim Peach for editing and posting the recordings online.
If you have any questions or concerns about the conference sound recordings, or any other ARSC matter, please contact me off list.
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