Recording

CHARM : AHRC Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music
- Published on the website of Royal Holloway (University of London) and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), CHARM was set up to "promote the study of music as performance through a specific focus on recordings. Its activities include a major discographic project, seminars, and research projects".

Emile Berliner and the birth of the recording industry
- Part of the Library of Congress' American Memory collection, Emile Berliner and the birth of the recording industry is a collection of over 400 items and over 100 sound recordings from the Emile Berliner papers, from the Library of Congress' Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. Berliner (1851-1929), a German immigrant, was "responsible for the development of the microphone and the flat recording disc and gramophone player". The collection centres primarily on Berliner's association with the gramophone and recorded sound, but also presents items related to his other interests and activities, including composition and poetry.

Film Sound
- This is the English language version of a Swedish website created by Sven E. Carlsson. Dedicated to film sound design and theory, the site contains a vast amount of information on sound and sound effects, including an introduction to film sound by Jayne Knowles Marshall, and a number of articles by Oscar-winning sound designers Walter Murch and Randy Thom.

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