All I can say is WOW!
Click on the web, text, audio, video, software, or image buttons and the past opens for you.
I do not have enough time left to relive the past 70 years of my life but I am going to try.
Here's one for cylinder records: http://cylinders.library.ucsb.edu/search.php?queryType=@attr%201=1001&query=wx
Actually, YouTube is probably as good as either of those sights. You sometimes even get to see & hear the recording on a wind-up phonograph.
It is part of the Internet Achieve program that contains:
•279 billion web pages
•11 million books and texts
•4 million audio recordings (including 160,000 live concerts)
•3 million videos (including 1 million Television News programs)
•1 million images
•100,000 software programs
I need another complete life to view all of it!!
I wonder if the Model T forum can be part of it!
Hmmm, don't know why the whole link didn't copy. Still gets you there though.
I have a Sony LX300 turntable I used to digitize most of my 45s and 33 1/3s from the 60s and 70s. The USB turntable connected to the PC via USB cable and the music was recorded using Audacity (free). There's a multitude of filters and sound enhancements you can make with Audacity including the removal of crackle and pop noise. (If you wanted--Some noise is part of the nostalgic sound of the actual recording.)
(Message edited by kskopsky on September 21, 2017)
How about Scientific American 18?? to 1909?
A couple screen shots