Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
The Experimental Music Studio recordings is a collection of reel to reel audio tapes produced by students and staff involved with MIT's Experimental Music Studio and with the New England Conservatory. The physical materials in the collection are reel to reel audio tapes in 7” and 10.5” reels, using ¼”, ½”, and 1” tape. Some recordings have been digitized thank to a CLIR Recordings at Risk grant in 2020.
The collection contains photographs, correspondence, and articles relating to enharmonic turning and enharmonic organs. Correspondents include Charles Robert Cross. The collection also includes photographs of and articles by Joseph Alley and articles by Henry W. Poole, both of whom were organ makers.