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  1. You Sound Like a Broken Record

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    September 24, 2014 by Richard Elliott

    Paul Nataraj, a doctoral student at the University of Sussex, gave a fascinating paper on his research during the Musical …
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  2. ‘Sound Galleries’ at the Pitt Rivers Museum

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    June 22, 2014 by Richard Elliott

    I’m very much looking forward to our first keynote lecture of the Musical Materialities in the Digital Age conference, which …
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  3. Lazaretto, Pono and A Letter Home

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    June 20, 2014 by Richard Elliott

    A piece for The Conversation by Richard Elliott on Jack White, Neil Young and musical materiality, inspired by a number …
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  4. Phonographic Voices (i)

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    May 8, 2014 by Richard Elliott

    As part of an ongoing study of attempts within the Anglophone critical establishment to understand, curate, evaluate and otherwise ‘master’ …
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  5. The politics of listening and the fantasy of total control

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    April 8, 2014 by Richard Elliott

    Collecting and archiving are processes that help connect the notions of ‘recording loss’ and ‘lost recordings’, both of which hinge …
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  6. Keeping Tracks: a one day symposium on music and archives in the digital age, British Library, 21st March 2014

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    March 26, 2014 by Elodie A. Roy

    In his short docu-fiction about the Bibliothèque Nationale Française, Alain Resnais emphasised the inescapable weight of the archive. He patiently …
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  7. Phonography’s defining traits

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    March 25, 2014 by Richard Elliott

    In his influential book Capturing Sound: How Technology Has Changed Music, Mark Katz identifies seven traits of sound recording technology …
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