For episode 004, Brandon and Kyle dig up the world’s most fascinating mummies (both those intentionally and accidentally created); trace the birth, evolution, and inventors of recorded sound; and visit the inhospitable, yet alluring, Atacama Desert.
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Au Clair De La Lune by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville, 1860
Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville
Phonautograph Recording without a reference sound
A Tour Of the Dead
The Oldest Recording Of A U.S. President
A Phonograph Advertising Itself
A Visit To The Atacama Desert
Abandoned Atacama mining village
A Revolution Of The Ear
Intro and Outro by Leif Ronalds.
French pronunciations by Laura Fierer.
Chinese pronunciations by Jun Kuhn.
John Philip Sousa played by Jay Manning.
Thank you to the Library Of Congress for housing original recordings of the marches of John Philip Sousa.
Thank you to the University Of California Santa Barbara, location of the UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive.
Special thank you to First Sounds dot org [www.firstsounds.org].
Thank you to NASA for Apollo 14 audio and the sounds of outer space.
“The Smuggler” music by Miguel Johnson.
“A New Year” music by Scott Buckley.
“Brook Running Water” music by Wing Chun Kuen.
“Haka Maori Dance” music by DL Sounds.
With input from Stephanie Nau Ronalds & Katie Boyer.