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Museum of Magnetic Sound Recording

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There are several ways in which you can help us reach our goal of a permanent public museum!


Volunteer your time and/or share your sound recording story

Contribute your time to assist with the archiving of information for the Museum's library, repairing vintage devices, or assist in promoting the Museum.

MOMSR interview with Robert G. Metzner founder of Califone Corp and Roberts Recorders  MOMSR interview with Robert G. Metzner founder of Califone Corp and Roberts Recorders  Country Line magazine article on MOMSR

Share your story of how sound recording helped enrich your life. We accept written, as well as audio and video comments which are included in our "Story" section.

MOMSR interview with Robert G. Metzner founder of Califone Corp and Roberts RecordersMOMSR interview with David Hough, Audio Director for Austin City Limits

 

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Non-profit entity dissolved: In December 2017, after five years of working to create a permanent public non-profit museum, the Board decided we'd had given it our best effort and the non-profit was dissolved. Some of the significantly valuable vintage devices that had been donated to the Museum were purchased by the Theophilus permanent collection owners. Other donated items were sold to interested parties and the remaining funds donated to the non-profit "Swan Songs." The non-profit museum ceased to exist on December 31, 2017.

 

 
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