Interview: Carl Haber

Seeing voices

Print edition : April 17, 2015

Carl Haber in his recording research lab with the IRENE machine at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California. Photo: Roy Kaltschmidt/Berkeley Lab

An Edison cylinder phonograph, circa 1899, using wax cylinder to record and playback sounds.

A Victor V phonograph, circa 1907. Flat disc phonographs began to displace cylinder phonographs in the 1890s.

Brown wax phonograph cylinders.

Interview with Carl Haber, a senior scientist in the Physics Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory at the University of California.
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