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The Education and Tribulations of a Precursory Disc Recording Engineer

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This paper relates how fate, inquisitiveness, and coincidence combined to train the writer as a pioneer electrical sound recording engineer. Early efforts to design and operate audio recording equipment will be mentioned. Portable recording equipment made it possible for the author to record in many remote locations for the first time. Recording adventures in the orient will be emphasized with slides.

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Scott Dorsey
Scott Dorsey

Comment posted January 4, 2021 @ 16:38:05 UTC (Comment permalink)

You know... the author affiliation in the database on this one is wrong... he is with "Glen Glenn Sound Company" and not just "Glenn Sound Company" to be sure.  The paper itself has it right, it's only the search database that is in error.  Glen Glenn was an actual person although one has to wonder about his parents.

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