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Historical recordings from the Swiss National Sound Archives
More that 200 historical sound documents listenable now!
A traveling exhibition of the Swiss National Sound Archives.
Musées d'art et d'histoire, Maison Tavel, Genève
14.11.2014 - 15.03.2015
Expo 64, a sound landscape
The Swiss National Sound Archives is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the National Exhibition of 1964 (Expo 64) by re-creating a sound landscape of this event, that was held in Lausanne from 30 April to 25 October 1964.
www.fonoteca.ch/expo64/index_fr.htm (in French)
The Phonotheque participates in notrehistoire.ch project
savethebrs.org is a techno-campaign with the aim to restore the BRS to its full shine. The BOP Recording Studios & Resort (BRS) is a fantastic structure dedicated to the world of sound, designed and built in the early nineties by Swiss architect Thomas Rast and world-renowned acoustician Tom Hidley.
The Swiss National Sound Archives, under the slogan Raising the Q(uality) bar initiates, promotes, and participates in a number of projects that aim to optimize the playback quality of each and every sound recording, thus helping to enhance the emotions aroused in the user at the time of listening.
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