Making the Perfect Record: From Inscription to Impression in Early Magnetic Recording

Always at a Loss

Sterne (2003, 19–22) points to the work of several sound theorists and practitioners who rely heavily on the negative theory of reproducibility: Pierre Schaeffer (on acousmatic sound), John Corbett (on psychoanalytic frameworks for sound and vision), and R. Murray Schafer (on schizophonia), among others.

(This note comments on the page titled, “The Spirit of Sound.”)

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