DiscoverThe Next TrackEpisode #265: How Recordings Have Changed Music
Episode #265: How Recordings Have Changed Music

Episode #265: How Recordings Have Changed Music

Update: 2023-09-27
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Recordings change music by freezing it in time.



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Episode #265: How Recordings Have Changed Music

Episode #265: How Recordings Have Changed Music

Doug Adams and Kirk McElhearn