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The digitization of Columbia, Zonophone, and OKeh recordings prior to 1925 is in progress and these will be available for streaming on DAHR and on the National Jukebox website in the near future.
Staff are currently editing Bluebird masters; 1935 Victor ethnic and classical masters; selected ethnic and foreign Columbia issues; leased Gramophone masters issued by Victor; and OKeh electrical releases.
The ADP is also a partner with the Library of Congress National Jukebox project and provides most of the cataloging data used in the Jukebox.
As a result of this partnership, 10,000 recordings made by Victor between 19 can be streamed online.
The MARC records are displayed in a special tab of the …
Read More » October 16th, 2017 By: Sam Brylawski DAHR users might be interested in an overview of the work being undertaken by American Discography Project editors.
Instead of a cylinder with the sound etched in tinfoil or wax, he developed a device that rotated a hard rubber (and later, shellac) disc on a flat plate by the turn of a crank.
It's the most anyone has ever spent on a 78 rpm record and one of the highest prices paid for any record.
Its mass popularity lasted until about the mid-1980s when cassette tape recordings overtook records.
We're on our way to finding out what exactly goes on during a record player's playback, but first, we need to understand the basics of how a vinyl record is created.
This new design, introduced in 1906, was called the Victrola.
Meanwhile, the company also manufactured discs recorded by famous opera singers and musicians, giving the public unprecedented access to music [source: Shoenherr, Morton: Phonograph].