An ever expanding archive dedicated the recording industry and the history behind recording equipment and audio technology will include, but is certainly not limited to, equipment manufactured by:
3M, Altec, Amek, Ampex, AMS, API, Audio and Design Recording, Collins, DBX, Dolby, Drawmer, Electrodyne, EMI, Eventide, Fairchild, Gates, Harrison, Helios, Lang, Langevin, Lexicon, MCI, Neumann, Neve, Orban, Otari, Pultec, Quad Eight Electronics, RCA, Revox, Scully, Solid State Logic, Sony, Stephens, Studer, Telefunken, Teletronix, Trident, Urei, Valley Audio and several more.
Topics shall include, but are not limited to, the following:
Recording studio history
The analog magnetic tape recorder and reproducer
Recording studio outboard equipment
People of the recording industry
The glossary of audio.
Our goal will be to digitally archive the truly astonishing historical world of recording, sound recording technology, recording studios, recording engineers, recording studio associates, audio technology and recording equipment; much of which resides in the memory cortex's of various human brains and/or in, potentially, quantum entanglement around our planet and beyond.
HistoryofRecording.com will also feature many tools along with reading material dedicated to both foundational and continued education in the Recording Arts along with a directory of Sound and Recording Engineering Schools. Be sure to check out our Education/Articles section for the most updated, informative and educational articles focused on all levels of recording and sound engineering studies.
Once again, I would like to thank you for visiting HistoryofRecording.com and please feel free to participate, by adding content, of all mediums, as this will be an agile-information and user-populated educational and research site. Enjoy!
Audio Engineering Society (AES) Member