Gallery

Analogue sound technologies

Historical overview of technological objects used to record and reproduce sound during the 20th century: from the Edison 'Fireside' Phonograph, the Stentorphone and Auxetophone valved sound boxes for the gramophone and the HMV 2300H portable disc recorder to the Nagra tape recorder, Wilcox-Gay 1C10 'Recordio' hybrid tape and disc recorder and Cartavox sound postcard recorder.

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Sjöberg, Axel (1865-1936)

Malmö Museum

The Danish Agency for Culture

Milton Keynes Museum

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology

Helsingborg Museum

Helsingborg Museum

Helsingborg Museum

Edison, Thomas A.

German Documentation Center for Art History - Marburg Picture Index

Swindon Museum & Art Gallery

Saaremaa Museum

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Thomas Theisen

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Casas i Galobardes, Gabriel

The Government of Catalonia

Casas i Galobardes, Gabriel

The Government of Catalonia

Casas i Galobardes, Gabriel

The Government of Catalonia

Aleksander Kolkowski

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

The Gramophone Company ltd. (Vervaardiger)

Museon-Omniversum

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Casas i Galobardes, Gabriel

The Government of Catalonia

Aleksander Kolkowski

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Aleksander Kolkowski

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

C2DH, University of Luxembourg

Hitachi Ltd

Finnish Heritage Agency

Uher werke; München

Rijksmuseum Boerhaave