The Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings, in all genres of music and speech, in all formats, and from all periods. ARSC is unique in bringing together private individuals and institutional professionals—everyone with a serious interest in recorded sound. » learn more
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NEWS and EVENTS
Be sure to check the Copyright Committee's series, A Circle and a "C": One Hundred Years of Recorded Music in American Copyright," by Bruce Epperson on The ARSC BLOG! This series of weekly articles describes the evolution of copyright law as it applies to recorded music from its beginnings through today.
Reminder - Approaching Deadlines!
ARSC Conference Travel Grants:
Due December 6th [pdf]
ARSC Preservation Grants:
Due December 15th [html]
ARSC 2014 Conference Call for Papers:
Due January 6th [pdf] [rtf]
The 2013 Fall Membership Directory has been published! This is a service available to members only under the Member Resources section of our website.
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Now is the time to RENEW! The ARSC membership year runs January through December. To get the most out of your membership and support ARSC's continued recorded sound research and advocacy, please join or renew TODAY!