I believe they may have recorded it but I dont recall anything about
where it would be accesible.
On 12/7/2020 10:57 PM, Shai Drori wrote:
> Is there a recording of the lecture? I could not free myself at the time to
> watch it.
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> On Tue, Dec 8, 2020 at 2:08 AM Joe Salerno <
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>> Thanks for posting about this presentation, Chris. I was initially
>> unable to reserve a spot, but got on the waiting list and did receive a
>> "seat" in time to log on. Navigating that process was not terribly
>> intuitive, but with some effort I prevailed.
>> It was not about his work in audio, yet I did enjoy it.
>> Joe Salerno
>> On 12/7/2020 3:43 AM, Chris Brady wrote:
>>> See this link for details on an online lecture about the inventor of
>>> stereo one Alan Blumlein from Hayes, Middx., UK
>>> Mystery of death flight revealed - Monday 7 December
>>> Stereo sound was invented at the original Central Research Laboratory
>>> at the old EMI works in Hayes - now known as The Old Vinyl Factory.
>>> The inventor was a genius called Alan Blumlein. He also invented
>>> airborne radar which was a vital element in Britain winning the Second
>>> World War. This work had to be kept secret as was his untimely death
>>> in a plane crash in 1942. That is why he never became famous but now
>>> the Institution of Engineering and Technology is holding a lecture to
>>> tell the story about what happened on that fateful flight. It will be
>>> online on Monday 7 December at 7 30pm.
>>> Click here to book a place