The ARSC website would be the ideal place to host such useful information.
Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
On 4/7/2021 12:06 PM, Filip Šír wrote:
> Why not to have under ARSC webpage?
> Btw. Thanks to all! Amazing work and job you did.
> This is little bit about our work. In english about czech sound history
> GÖSSEL, Gabriel a Filip ŠÍR. *Recorded Sound in Czech Lands
> 1900-1946.* 1. edition.
> Brno: The Moravian Library, 2016. 205 stran. ISBN 978-80-7051-218-0.
> st 7. 4. 2021 v 20:59 odesílatel Burgess, Scott <
> [log in to unmask]> napsal:
>> Unless someone else has already volunteered, I would be delighted to host
>> this bibliography on an audio history site I’m developing. Estimated
>> go-live date is early May, because it’s a project for grad school and I
>> have to have it up and running before finals!!
>>> On Apr 7, 2021, at 2:03 PM, Mickey Clark <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Hi Matthew
>>> -I have done a study of Charles Adams Prince in the form of a 6 disc set
>> - also available as mp3 - It is an overview of various vocalists from the
>> era and also Columbia's early symphonic recordings from 1910 - 1918 -
>> Mickey Clark
>>> Mickey Clark
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>>> -----Original Message----- From: Faranda, Matthew
>>> Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2021 2:11 PM
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>>> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Books about the acoustic era
>>> Hey folks,
>>> I'm still brand new to the list so apologies if something like this has
>> been asked before. I am currently researching American pop music of the
>> acoustic era and I've found that in general histories of recorded sound,
>> the acoustic era is often treated as a footnote to everything that came
>> after it. For those who focus on that period, could you please recommend
>> what your indispensable list of books about recording production and
>> history during the acoustic era are? (Meaning not straight discogs or
>> catalogs, per se.) I'm looking for info more about the production side
>> rather than the recording personalities (although there is of course
>> overlap in many cases.) I am a classically trained musician with a
>> background in music history (albeit medieval studies) so please don't be
>> afraid to suggest more technical works. Thanks so much in advance!
>>> P.S. If there is anyone with a copy of "Recording the Twenties" by Allan
>> Sutton they'd be willing to part with, I really would like to read it but
>> can't seem to get my hands on a copy!
>>> Kind Regards,
>>> Matthew Faranda
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