Working alongside scientists at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California and specialists from the Library of Congress, curators and researchers at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History have successfully played back some of the earliest audio recordings in the collection. Testing groundbreaking digital techniques on some of Alexander Graham Bell’s earliest audio experiments from the 1880s has yielded stunning results. MORE
Early sound recording experiments heard for the first time!
About Josh HarrisJosh Harris / Media Preservation Coordinator / University of Illinois Libraries / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ultimate HTML5 Video Guide
- Illinois Guest Post on Indiana University’s Media Preservation Initiative Blog
- Seminar – Intellectual Property (IP) and Copyright – sponsored by the Bureau of Educational Research and the Office of Technology Management
- A Minute With Library Kyle Rimkus on Digital Archiving and the Law
- Indiana University researcher may have found the oldest record in the world