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AES Oral History 070: Norman C. Pickering
AES Oral History 070: Norman C. Pickering. Pioneer of innovations in phonograph cartridge design. Also known for his research on violin strings, bows, and violin acoustics.
Sep 17, 2012. 09:31
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AES Oral History 018: Les Paul
AES Oral History 018: Les Paul. Born Lester William Polsfuss on June 9, 1915, is an award-winning guitarist and inventor. He is a pioneer in the development of the solid-body electric guitar, which became the sound of rock and roll. His many recording innovations include multitrack recording, along ...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 061: Tom Magchielse
AES Oral History 061: Tom Magchielse. Audio expert for Dutch Broadcasting Laboratories. Participated in everything from microphone design and construction to room acoustics throughout Dutch Broadcasting's development.
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 016: Kees A.S. Immink
AES Oral History 016: Kees A.S. Immink. Kornelis Antonie (Kees) Schouhamer Immink was born in Rotterdam, Holland and is known as the "Father of the CD." A scientist, inventor, and entrepreneur, who pioneered and advanced the era of digital audio, video, and data recording including the CD, DVD and...
Jul 11, 2011. 19:13
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AES Oral History 080: Han Tendeloo
AES Oral History 080: Han Tendeloo. AES Secretary. Design Engineer at Philips, who succeeded Johan L. Ooms upon his retirement in 1973. Instrumental in the development of the CD and the construction of the facilities needed to produce them.
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 058: Richard Small
AES Oral History 058: Richard Small. An American scientist who worked mainly on electroacoustics. The Thiele/Small parameters are named after him. Small was born in San Diego, California. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the California Institute of Technology in 1956 and a Master of...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 028: Alex Balster
AES Oral History 028: Alex Balster. While working for Polygram, helped develop technology that enabled CDs to store and reproduce music. Owns and operates a consulting company that specializes in the design and supervision of high quality acoustical projects for the art, audio / video, media and...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 001: Michael L. Dorrough
AES Oral History 001: Michael L. Dorrough. Audio innovator and broadcast industry pioneer, a prominent member of the ham radio community (KO6NM), and an expert on AM modulation techniques. Founder and president of Dorrough Electronics- design and manufacture digital audio and video monitoring...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 053: Stanley P. Lipshitz
AES Oral History 053: Stanley P. Lipshitz. Professor Lipshitz's research interests are multidisciplinary, drawing on areas of applied mathematics, physics, and electrical and mechanical engineering. They include the mathematical theory of dithered quantizers, noise shapers, and sigma-delta...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 036: Henk De Wit
AES Oral History 036: Henk De Wit. Recording and Broadcast Engineer for Dutch Broadcasting. Independent Consumer Electronics Professional. Committee member of the Dutch AES Section from 1990-1993.
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 013: Cor L. Doesburg
AES Oral History 013: Cor L. Doesburg. Audio Broadcast Manager, Dutch Broadcasting, where he developed and supervised a department of 276 employees. Committee member of inaugural Dutch AES Section from 1974-1979, and again in 1988. Former Chairman of the Dutch Section of the AES from 1990-1992 and...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 010: Robin C. Caine
AES Oral History 010: Robin C. Caine. Of Pro-Bel Ltd. has been active in AES conferences and broadcast standards committee work and for many years and has published numerous AES and IEEE articles on broadcast facility digital signal distribution and control systems.
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 085: Cornelis H. van de Gragt
AES Oral History 085: Cornelis H. van de Gragt. Producer and Recording Engineer for Dutch Broadcasting. His focus is on knowledge of music among engineers. Also Educator at Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague.
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 043: Frank Laico
AES Oral History 043: Frank Laico. Recording Engineer for Columbia Records. Associated with Columbia 30th Street Studio, Studio C, known as "The Church". One of the first engineers to use natural room ambience and natural echo in an aesthetic way. Well known for his work with Tony Bennett, Barbra...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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AES Oral History 074: Neville Thiele
AES Oral History 074: Neville Thiele. A. Neville Thiele of the Australian Broadcasting Commission, together with Richard H. Small of the University of Sydney, pioneered a method of analysis for loudspeakers which was named after them (Thiele/Small parameters), a set of electromechanical parameters...
Jun 15, 2008. 00:00
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