Paul Morris’ Music: Musician, restorer, mechanical music expert and modern manufacturer of blank wax cylinders. U.K.

Borri Audio Laboratories & Archive: Website of Shawn Borri, the leading USA wax cylinder phonographer and blank cylinder manufacturer.

The Vulcan Cylinder Record Company: Manufacturer of new, hard-wearing, plastic cylinder records designed to be played on original Edison and Columbia phonographs. Also specialises in custom-made cylinder record moulds. U.K.

Howard Hope: Knowledgeable gramophone and phonograph dealer with a plentiful stock of good working machines. U.K.

The British Library Sound Archive: One of the largest collections of recorded sound in the world.

Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project: University of California, Santa Barbara Library site with online access to many historic cylinder recordings.

First Sounds:  “an informal collaborative of audio historians, recording engineers, sound archivists, scientists, other individuals, and organizations who aim to make mankind’s earliest sound recordings available to all people for all time.”  This website is mainly devoted to Eduard-Léon Scott de Martinville and the ground-breaking digital transcriptions of his 1850s phonautograms. U.S.A.

Phonozoic: The website of researcher Patrick Feaster, dedicated to the history of the phonograph and related media. He is an innovator in the field of making ancient sound inscriptions audible through digital technology. U.S.A.

The Archeophone Pages: Details of audio-restorer Henri Chamoux’s magnificent archiving phonograph, his own research into the early French recording history and much more. Fr.

Poppy Records: Archival transcription services and a wealth of technical information and expertise from Adrian Tuddenham, former colleague of the late, legendary sound archivist Peter Copeland. U.K.

Resonance FM: Forthcoming radio series featuring selections from the Phonographies archive on London’s first and the world’s finest radio art station.

Sound And Music: promotes challenging contemporary music and sound art through a range of projects, incorporating live events, learning, artist development, and digital platforms. U.K.

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