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2012 ARSC Conference Recordings

List of Conference Recordings Available on CD

ARSC is pleased to make the audio recordings of its annual conference freely available as a benefit to members. You can also listen to conference recordings from 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011, and abstracts of the presentations from 2012 may be found here.

  • In addition to the audio from each session, supplementary material furnished by presenters, such as PowerPoints, will be made available here as it is received (please send any such submissions to Patrick Feaster). To access this material, you may wish to download the free PowerPoint viewer.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP: COPYRIGHT AND SOUND RECORDINGS

Workshop presented by the ARSC Education and Training Committee

Brandon Butler, Association of Research Libraries
The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Academic and Research Libraries:
A Very Short Introduction

mp3 | Powerpoint (pdf)

David Hansen, UC Berkeley
Law's Digital Library Copyright Project Orphan Works Challenges for Use of Recorded Sound Collections
mp3 | Powerpoint (pdf)

David Levine, Elon University School of Law and Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School
SOPA, PIPA, ACTA and TPP: The Creation of IP Law in 2012
mp3 | Powerpoint (pdf)

Ray Ricker, Senior Associate Dean for Professional Studies, Director of the Institute for Music Leadership and Professor of Saxophone at the Eastman School of Music
The Wild West Web: A Working Musician's Point of View
mp3 | Powerpoint (pdf)

"Roundtable"
A final discussion with all presenters, including Peter Hirtle, Cornell University Library
mp3


Thursday, May 17, 2012

IN A GENESEE GROOVE: CULTURE, INDUSTRY AND RECORDED SOUND IN ROCHESTER
Jim Farrington, chair

Gerry Szymanski
Flour/Flower Power:
Rochester's Music from Jenny Lind to George Eastman

mp3

Tim Fabrizio
The Flowering of the Phonograph in the Flower City
mp3

Uncle Dave Lewis
Howard Hanson on Record
mp3

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: JAZZ
Vincent Pelote, chair

David Jessup
From Discards to Discography:
An Independent Perspective on Benny Goodman's Career

mp3

Kevin Fullerton
Miles Davis and Gil Evans:
The "Adagio" of Spanish Afro-modernism
mp3

Cary Ginell
The Flute in Jazz:
From Feathery Breezes to Whirlwinds of Sound

mp3

 

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: MORE THAN MUSIC
Aaron Bittel, chair

Andrew Mark, Amanda Di Battista
Audio Landscapes:
Exploring Interdisciplinary Environmental Podcasting with CoHearance
mp3

Uncle Dave Lewis
Charles Taze Russell:
Mixed Media in the Stone Age of Media

mp3

Franz Kunst
Project South:
The Civil Rights Movement in Sound

mp3 | PowerPoint

 

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: FILM
Steve Ramm, chair

Bob Heiber
The Coroner's Report:
Dissecting the Decisions Facing Film Sound Preservation
mp3

Mark Cantor
Music is Where You Find It:
Jukebox Shorts of the 1940s
mp3

Philip Carli
Phonographs and Music Machines
in Silent and Early Sound Films
mp3

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: FOLK
Rich Markow, chair

Deirdre Ni Chonghaile
The Collector and the Recordist:
A New Theoretical Framework
for Methodologies of Sound Recording
mp3

Greg Johnson
The Kenneth Goldstein Collection at The University of Mississippi
mp3

Joe Weed
From Pole-Cats to Cowboy Fiddlers:
Following "Maiden's Prayer" in Music and Sound
to Reveal the Sculpting of an American Sound
mp3

Q&A
mp3

 

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: POP
Konrad Strauss, chair

Daniel Beaumont
My Black Mama:
The Influence and Significance
of Son House Records

mp3

Toby Seay
A Window of Opportunity:
A Convergence of Styles, Performers and Technicians
at Sigma Sound Studios

mp3 | PowerPoint (pdf)

Sheena Hyndman
Reordered Listening:
Studying the Remix and its Effects
on the Consumption of Music
mp3

 

INSOURCING: HOW WE DO IT
Martha Horan, chair

David Peter Coppen
An Historical Survey of the Eastman Audio Archive
mp3

Michael Casey
Developing a Media Preservation Program
at Indiana University Bloomington
mp3 | PowerPoint

Patrick J. Midtlyng, Jenny Doctor
The Return of the Belfer Audio Archive
mp3


Friday, May 18, 2012

IMAGE PERMANENCE INSTITUTE
George Blood, chair

Jim Reilly and Jean-Louis Bigourdan
From Media Stability Research to Sustainable Preservation Strategies
mp3

ARTISTS AND REPERTOIRE: TEXAS
Tim Brooks, chair

Bill McClung
Texas Label 78s:
25 Genres in 25 Minutes

mp3

Sandy Rodriguez, Kelley Martin
Gentlemen in the White Hats:
The KMBC-CBS Texas Rangers
mp3

Alex LaRotta
Tex-Mex Recording Pioneers

 

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
David Seubert, chair

Jane Lewisohn
Archiving and Preserving the Endangered Archives
of the Twentieth-Century Iranian Performing Arts
mp3

Dr. Rainer E. Lotz
The German 78-rpm Record Label Book
mp3

Dragoljub (David) Pokrajac
Audio Recordings:
Sources for History of South-Slavic Nations

[prerecorded presentation]
mp3


WORTHY OF ARSC MEMBERSHIP?
Tim Brooks, chair

Bob Heiber
Heads or Tails? --
The Experimental Acoustical Optical Sound Recordings
of Sven Berglund, ca. 1921
mp3

Gary Thalheimer
Remembering Juergen Grundheber: Archivist/Pirate
mp3

David J. Diehl
Eli Oberstein: And By His Lawsuits We Shall Know Him
mp3

ISSUES IN COLLECTIONS
Caitlin Hunter, chair

Konrad Strauss
A Digital File-Based System
for Audio Recording, Access, and Preservation
mp3

William Chase
Accessing the Florida Folklife Collection With Omeka
mp3 | PowerPoint

 

 

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE SESSION
Michael Casey, chair

Marcos Sueiro Bal, Patrick Feaster, Chris Lacinak,
George Blood, Michael Casey
Making the Case: Why Audio Preservation Can't Wait
mp3 [incomplete] | PowerPoint: Lacinak (pdf)

 

 

PRESERVATION ISSUES
Frank Ferko, chair

Chris Lacinak, with Gene DeAnna
An Update on Audio Projects
from the Federal Agencies Audio-Visual Working Group

mp3

Brandon Burke
Our Housing for Cracked Phonograph Discs
mp3

Ann Marie Willer, Alice Carli
Sound Preservation 2.0:
Non-AV Primary Source Materials
in Recorded Sound Collections
mp3

Saturday, May 19, 2012

NATIONAL NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS
David Giovannoni, chair

Gene DeAnna, Brenda Nelson-Strauss
Report on the Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Plan

mp3

Tim Brooks
Important Copyright Developments
mp3 | PowerPoint

Fenella France
Report on Research and Testing of Audiovisual Media at the Library of Congress
mp3

Patrick Feaster
The 1880s Speak: Recent Developments in Archeophony
mp3 | PowerPoint (pdf)

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: WWII
David Giovannoni, chair

Roberta Freund Schwartz
Uncle Sam and Aunt Beeb:
American Roots Music on the BBC
mp3

Jay Bruder
East Coast Connections
mp3 | PowerPoint (pdf)

Emil R. Pinta
Early Dance-Band Vocals
by the Great American Tenor "Pinky Pearl"

mp3 | PowerPoint

 

ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: CLASSICAL MUSIC
Karen Fishman, chair

D. J. Hoek
Beyond Bebop:
Contemporary Classical Music on Dial Records
mp3

Dennis Rooney
Serge Koussevitzky and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1928-1950:
A Recorded Legacy
mp3

Gary Galo
The Other Great Dane:
Helge Rosvaenge, a 40th Anniversary Tribute

mp3

Alex McGehee
The Symphonies of Joseph Haydn:
Compiling the First Complete Discography

"NOTHING SOUNDS LIKE TAPE"
Bill Klinger, chair

Dietrich Schüller
Magnetic Tape Stability:
Interviews with Representatives of Former Tape Manufacturers

mp3

Charles A Richardson
Selective Hydrolysis of Back-coated Tapes:
The Annapolis Sounds Experience

mp3

 

 

RECONSTRUCTING THE PAST
Sarah Velez, chair

Xavier Loyant
Assessing a Disc Collection:
the National Library of France's 78-rpm Records Collection
mp3

Tom Fine
The 35mm Record Fad
mp3 | PowerPoint (pdf)

Frans Jansen
A New Story on an Old Subject:
The Paradise Cylinders
mp3

Nicholas Bergh
Exploring the Evolution of Electric Recording
Through the Studios of RCA Victor 1925-1950

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