In This Section
- AES 2016 Election Results Announced
- The AES has released the list of winning candidates from the balloting in the 2016 Audio Engineering Society international elections
- AES Opens Early Registration & Housing Options for AES Los Angeles, September 29 — October 2
- Use promo code AES141WEB at checkout for FREE Exhibit-Plus badge
- Research Finds Audible Differences with High-Resolution Audio
- Listeners can hear a difference between standard audio and better-than-CD quality, known as high-resolution audio
- AES Conference on Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality Announces Program Details
- New Conference focusses on AR/VR creative process, applications workflow and product development
Links to Other Historical Sites: Organizations and Institutions, Manufacturers, etc.
These links are to sites primarily concerned with stories of the events, inventions, people, organizations, and companies involved in Audio Engineering.
These links are provided as a service to users of the AES Historical Committee web page. Listing here is not to be construed as an endorsement or recommendation of any of the organizations or vendors listed. The AES Historical Committee makes no representations regarding these links. Listing is strictly alphabetical within each section.
Organizations, etc., are located in the United States unless otherwise noted.
Links updated 2002-06-20 jm
Links updated 2002-11-05 hcs
Organizations and Institutions
- Recordi ng Technology History (Steve Schoenherr's timeline, 1877...2000, with a zillion links)
- Sound Recording History (David Morton)
- American Widescreen Museum (history of sound in the movies)
- Museum of Sound Recording, alternate URL
- Stef ano Pasini's Turntable and Tape Recorder Page: History, Restoration, Modification
- Vintage Broadcast Microphones. Includes links for parts and repair.
Unofficial Web Pages about Particular Manufacturers or Subjects
- Loudspeaker and public address systems history "Western Electric History" (part of "A Memorial to the Bell System")
- Studio 3 History (Dave Sarser)
Schematics and Other Technical Documentation
- Phonograph Makers' Pages (Hints to Builders of Phonographs)
- Shure Discontinued Products (Acrobat PDF format)
- Technician's Filing Cabinet (links to schematics for consumer and professional audio, ham radio, transformers, military electronics, test equipment, and old radios)
- Tube Manuals (Acrobat PDF format)
The Cylinder and 78 rpm Period
- North American Phonograph Company (cylinders, moulded and otherwise)
The LP Period
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