Stokowski and the Evolution of Recording Techniques
[Feature] Leopold Stokowski was active as a recording artist from 1917 until 1977—virtually the entire period of the recording of music by analog technology. Robert Auld’s multimedia presentation at the 131st Convention paid special attention to Leopold Stokowski’s involvement in the development of multichannel sound recording, including his collaboration with Bell Labs starting in 1932, his work with Walt Disney for the film Fantasia, and his encouragement of recording in quadraphonic sound in the 1970s.
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