[78-L] experimental Victor electric?
jsalerno at collector.org.invalid
Mon Jan 26 15:42:25 PST 2015
Somewhat OT but Dr. Biel did an ARSC presentation many years ago about
experimental electrical recordings. There were quite a few IIRC, altho
not all sounded like an improvement over the acoustical method.
On 1/26/2015 2:33 PM, David Lennick wrote:
> First "released", maybe..the Victor Artists' Party also predates it for
> recording date. Released May 1925, per DAHR. 19626 was released in April.
> On 1/26/2015 3:22 PM, David Weiner wrote:
>> So much for 19626 being "the first Victor electrical!".
>> Dave Weiner
>> On 1/26/15, 3:10 PM, "Bryan Wright"<bryan at claxtonola.com.invalid> wrote:
>>> For what it¹s worth, I¹ve got a copy of Victor 19621 (Trinity Choir) and
>>> I can confirm that both sides are *definitely* electric ‹ and
>>> well-recorded at that! My copy shows take 1 on both sides as well.
>>> Bryan W.
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