The Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project wants to make people working in heritage organisations feel more confident when caring for and providing access to the audio in their collections. Ideally we’d like everybody working in a gallery, library, archive or museum in the North West to know what the first steps are once you’ve plucked up the courage to open that box of tapes.
Blogs describing some sound heritage processes:
Two free Open University courses including interactive modules on early revolutions in sound recording:
From the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA):