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Description Audio console at Studio di Fonologia Musicale Rai di Milano (after renewal in 1968)


  • Dosing Table (at 6'26" on video)
    Allows you to mix and combine sounds
    Year of construction 1968
    Manufacturer: Rai
  • "Incontri Musicali" (Summer Concerts)
  • Remote controller for tape recorder (with variable speed) (at 8'00" on video)
    Allows remote control of tape recorder and convent to change the recording speed
    Manufacturer: Rai


  • Studer (at 9'05 on video)
  • Studer J37 4-track tape recorder (at 9'26" in video)
    They allow you to record sounds overlapping
    Manufacturer: Studer

(Now exhibited at Milan Museum of Musical Instruments, Sforza Castle)


  • Giovanni Belletti (28 Febrary 2007). Studio di Fonologia Musicale di Radio Milano - Tecnologia e Tecnica: Alfredo Lietti e Marino Zuccheri (in Italiano) (doc). Centre of Computational Sonology, Department of Information Engineering, University of Padua (
  • Andrés Domínguez. Studio di Fonologia della RAI (video). Montesound Studios & Elgauchoandres, 2010.

Date 7 August 2009, 11:24:35
Source Flickr: Museum of musical instruments in Milano Castle, sound studio
Author Mikhail (Vokabre) Shcherbakov
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