Sound and Acoustical Technology

120 Years of Electronic Music
- 120 Years Of Electronic Music covers electronic musical instruments from 1870 to 1990, focusing mainly on those in use before the 1960's.
The site includes a series of articles on historical electronic musical instruments, with illustrations. There is a bibliography and also links to related sites.

Acoustical Society of America
- The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) is an international scientific society founded in 1929 and dedicated to increasing and diffusing the knowledge of acoustics and its practical applications.

Audio Engineering Society
- This site gives the full-text of some technical reports into various aspects of audio engineering, the table of contents of the Society's journal and details of other publications.

Daphe Oram: An Electronic Music Pioneer
- Daphne Oram (1925 - 2003) is one of the central figures in the development of British experimental electronic music. Site funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

European Acoustics Association (EAA Fenestra)
- The Association's website contains background details about the Association, news items, and a listing of the 30 national societies of acoustics who are now served by the EAA. Details of the Association's various products are also provided (publications, symposia, tutorials etc). The tables of contents of the Association's journal Acta Acustica are available in PDF format. An events calendar, job vacancies, and links to related sites are also provided.

Professional Sound
- This magazine site includes an archive of sample articles from 1997 to the present, covering audio technology.

Sonic State
- This company site includes articles and product reviews covering electronic music equipment and has a weekly podcast.

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