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Magnetic Recording Sources and Links

Magnetic Recording Sources and Links

Books and Articles

  • Angus, Robert. "History of Magnetic Recording," Audio, August and September, 1984.
  • Camras, Marvin, ed.. Magnetic Tape Recording. New York, 1985.
  • Clark, Mark H. "The Magnetic Recording Industry, 1878-1960: an international study in business and technological history." Ph. D. thesis, University of Delaware, 1992.
  • Clark, Mark H. "Suppressing Innovation: Bell Laboratories and Magnetic Recording." Technology and Culture 34, July 1993, pp. 522-6.
  • Grahme, Arthur. "Recording the Saipan Fight on Wire," Popular Science 145, December, 1944, p. 201.
  • Kusisto, Oscar P. "Magnetic Tape Recording, Reels, Cassettes, or Cartridges?" Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 25, October/November 1977, pp. 828-835.
  • Livingston, James D. Driving Force: The Natural Magic of Magnets. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1996.
  • "Magnetic Wire Recorder," Life 15, 1942, pp. 49-50.
  • Marlow, Eugene and Eugene Secunda. Shifting Time and Space: the Story of Videotape. New York: Praeger, 1991
  • Miller, John Anderson. Men and Volts at War: The Story of General Electric in World War II. New York: McGraw Hill, 1947.
  • Morton, David Lindsay, Jr. "The History of Magnetic Recording in the United States, 1888-1978." Ph.D. thesis, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995, p. 340-379.
  • Morton, David Lindsay, Jr. "'The Rusty Ribbon': John Herbert Orr and the Making of the Magnetic Recording Industry, 1945-1960." Business History Review 67, Winter 1993.
  • Mullin, John T. "Creating the Craft of Tape Recording" in High Fidelity, April, 1976.
  • Nmungwun, Aaron Foisi. Video Recording Technology: its impact on media and home entertainment. Hillsdale, N.J.: L. Erlbaum Associates, 1989.


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