The ARSC Journal (ISSN 0004-5438) is a semi-annual, peer reviewed publication that serves to document the history of sound recording and includes original articles on many aspects of research and preservation: biography; cataloging; copyright law; current research; discography; technical aspects of sound restoration, etc., etc. Selected ARSC conference papers are a regular feature. The journal also includes book, CD-ROM and sound recording reviews, and publishes a running bibliography of articles appearing in other specialist publications and of related interest. A print copy of the ARSC Journal is mailed to all current ARSC members as a benefit of membership.
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ARSC Journal Online
ARSC Journal, Vol. 1 (1967) to the current issue are available on the ARSC website as full text PDF files. All ARSC Journal articles can now be searched by NAME, TITLE, DATE, and KEYWORD via AMP!, the new ARSC Media & Publications online search tool. Current ARSC membership is required to dowload articles back to Vol. 27 (1996). Volumes 1 (1967) to 26 (1995) are available to the general public.
The ARSC Journal is also accessible through online subscription databases including International Index to Music Periodicals Full Text, International Index to Performing Arts Full Text (via ProQuest, by subscription, 1998-present), Wilson Omnifile Mega and Wilson Omnifile Select (via Ebsco, by subscription, 2005-present), and Academic OneFile (via Gale, 2008-present). Check your local public or university library for availability.
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Editorial Advisory Board
Sarah Bryan, Editor, ARSC Journal (Chair)
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