From 1877 with the birth of Edison’s cylinder phonograph, how much time elapsed before home audio achieved hi-fi quality? How good was magnetic tape recording in the U.S.A.in 1948? Who built the first magnetic tape recorder?
See answers to these questions and more with this fascinating video presentation by Jack Mullin (1913-1999), the man who brought the German tape recorder to the U.S.A. after the war, and helped start the professional audio tape recording industry in America.
See Mullin's popular display of historical equipment, discussion of his extensive collection, and his life. First presented at the 1988 85th AES Convention in Los Angeles.
This presentation features a new introduction by Ron Streicher, Producer of the original video.