audio preservation

ARSC Research Grants Program 2012

The Outreach Committee of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) posts the following message.

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Deadline for receipt of applications: February 29, 2012

The ARSC Research Grants Program supports scholarship and publication in the fields of sound recording research and audio preservation. (This program is separate from the ARSC Preservation Grants Program, which encourages and supports the preservation of historically significant sound recordings of
Western Art Music.) Project categories eligible for consideration include:

ARSC Preservation Grants Program 2012

The Outreach Committee of the Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) posts the following message.

--- ARSC PRESERVATION GRANTS PROGRAM ---
Deadline for receipt of applications: December 15, 2011

The ARSC Program for the Preservation of Classical Music Historical Recordings was founded by Al Schlachtmeyer and the ARSC Board of Directors to encourage and support the preservation of historically significant sound recordings of Western Art Music by individuals and organizations. (This program is separate from the ARSC Research Grants Program, which supports

Symposium: Mysteries of Magnetic Tape Revealed!

Date: 
19 Oct 2011 to 21 Oct 2011
Location: 
Sioux City, Iowa, USA

Mysteries of Magnetic Tape Revealed!
Plan now to attend this practical and informative workshop on preserving and managing audio-video tape, to be held Oct. 19-21, 2011, at the Sioux City Hotel (formerly the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center) in Sioux City, IA..
To register, go to http://www.midwestarchives.org and choose “Registration.”

Understanding and preserving audio collections

Date: 
7 Nov 2011 to 9 Nov 2011
Location: 
London, UK

Understanding and preserving audio collections - a 3 day course, British Library, London

7 – 9 November 2011

From the end of the 19th century, sound recordings have documented some of the most significant events in culture, science and history. Custodians of audio collections are faced with the challenge of maintaining access to our priceless audio heritage, but with so many formats, from wax cylinders to the latest audio file formats, there is a risk that recordings on obsolete and fragile formats may be lost.

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