Wired for sound

Jack Kenny

This is dedicated to the preservation of early recorded sound. Yet it is more than that. For anyone looking at the history of the powerful technologies developed during the 20th century this is essential. You can actually hear material from early wax cylinders and read explanations of the early technology.

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