May 2004
Mix;May2004, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p17
Reports on the duplication of the wax recording techniques used by the North American Phonograph Co. founded by Thomas Alva Edison by sound engineer Shawn Borri in the U.S. Reopening of the North American Phonograph Co. by Borri as a wax cylinder recording studio; Recording of track on wax and digitally transfered using an Archeophone; Donation of the album proceeds to the Save our Sounds Project.


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