AES Technical Visit – British Library Sound Archive (Members only)

AES Technical Visit – British Library Sound Archive (Members only)

Date: 29 Jan 2013
Time: 14:00

Location: British Library Sound Archive
96 Euston Road
London, NW1 2DB

See below for location map.

The British Library Sound Archive holds over a million discs and thousands of tapes. Its collections come from all over the world and cover the entire range of recorded sound from music, drama and literature, to oral history and wildlife sounds. Formats range from cylinders made in the late 19th century to the latest digital media.

The visit will include an introductory talk on the work of the Sound Archive and a tour of some of their audio restoration suites.

The start time will be 2pm prompt, meeting in the main lobby of the British Museum (entrance in Euston Road). The duration is expected to be about two hours.

Previous visits to the Sound Archive have always been oversubscribed, and once again numbers will be limited for this members-only event, so early booking is recommended.

We now use EventBrite to handle the bookings for Technical Visits. Simply click on Book Now below to start the process. You will need your AES membership number, which can be found in the subject line of any British Section newsletter.

Please note that this is the only way to book a place, but you do not need to create an EventBrite account in order to obtain your ticket. It will be sent as an attachment to your confirmation e-mail. Just print the ticket out and bring it with you.

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