Audio Magazine covering audio engineering - 1947 to 2000
Audio Engineering magazine was published from
¨May, 1947 to 2000, and
was America's longest-running audio
The title changed to "Audio"
in February, 1954, with a graphic redesign.
The first 7 years focused on technology and
engineering, while the later issues
highlighted consumer electronics and music.
"Audio" published reviews of audio
products and audio technology as well as
informational articles on topics such as
acoustics, psychoacoustics and recording.
Audio was a direct sucessor of "Radio"
magazine, started in the 20's.
For a further history, see the
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"Tape Recording" book from
Audio in 1956
Radio. the predecessor of Audio
RCA's Understanding High Fidelity
Recording Engineering & Production
50th Anniversary Issues of Audio
Many 70's Issues Courtesy of Chris Onan
Many 60's issues courtesy of Al Holt
From 1980 and onwards, the October issue was
the annual equipment guide with many
reviews. We are pleased to have preserved
many of these issue.
Audio & Audio Engineering Issue Guide
the Yearfor an Index of Articles
for that Year (early years only)