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That was a really neat video, thanks for the link.

Related -- the Pavek Museum of Broadcasting recently held an "open horn" event at the Science Museum 
of Minnesota. Details here:
http://museumofbroadcasting.org/soundscience.pdf

Next time an ARSC Conference is within driving distance of St. Paul, we should ask Steve Raymer to 
come over and do an "open horn" for us at one of the morning sessions.

Note all the audio/recording/broadcasting history stuff in the Pavek's collection. Definitely worth 
a visit if you have any interest in the technical history of audio/sound.

-- Tom Fine

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> Thanks for posting these links!  Wonderful.
>
> Susan Hooyenga
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Fw: New cylinder recordings ..... !!!
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> Subject:National Film and Sound Archive of Australia just uploaded a video
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> National Film and Sound Archive of Australia has uploaded Stiff Gins listening to their wax 
> cylinder recording for the first tme
>
> Stiff Gins listening to their wax cylinder recording for the first time
>
> by National Film and Sound Archive of Australia
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> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxBTgpKXKOw
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> Musical duo Nardi Simpson and Kaleena Briggs, AKA the Stiff Gins, listening to the wax cylinder of 
> their song 'Dust' for the very first time. In early 2013 the Stiff Gins approached the NFSA, 
> asking about the possibility of recording a wax cylinder. Nardi Simpson and Kaleena Briggs had 
> come across the cylinder recordings made by Tasmanian Aboriginal woman Fanny Cochrane Smith in the 
> early years of last century and they were intrigued by the idea of making such a recording as part 
> of the developmental work for a new show.
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