Jake from ATTN:, a Digital ReLab client, speaks at the 2017 AWS conference in Los Angeles, California. Here are the highlights from that talk....read more
1966 was certainly Bob Dylan's most pivotal year. Following his "going electric," Dylan toured across Australia and Europe, polarising the audience, angering his strictest fans, arousing a wider public and arguably putting on the best rock 'n' roll show the world had...read more
When a very young Bob Dylan laid down some of his earliest tracks at the Gaslight Cafe in 1962, a sound engineer named Richard Alderson made the historic recordings. Alderson would go on to record all kinds of music, including capturing traditional folk throughout...read more
Such is its immensity and rarity value to fans of Bob Dylan it might for once be acceptable to use that ancient journalistic cliché, the ‘Holy Grail’. The great man’s people recently let it be known that an archive of his lifetime possessions, including...read more
The story is about Peter Agelasto ’96 and his groundbreaking digital-archiving work for Bob Dylan and others. But Agelasto starts at the beginning, which is at Colby, where the banjo-picking Virginian designed an independent major in archaeology that led...read more
Bob Dylan's archive has recently been digitized, according to reports. A story on C-Ville, a news and arts site in Charlottesville, Virginia, says software company Bluewall Media has recently helped Dylan and his staff archive and digitalize more than 60 years worth...read more
TULSA, Okla. — For years, Bob Dylan scholars have whispered about a tiny notebook, seen by only a few, in which the master labored over the lyrics to his classic 1975 album “Blood on the Tracks.” Rolling Stone once called it “the Maltese Falcon of Dylanology” for its...read more
Peter Agelasto has spent over 20 years in the music business. He works nearly everyday with recording and internet media technologies. Originally a Mayan archaeologist, Peter turned his focus to “digital culture” as the internet grew to prominence in the late 1990s....read more
5/07/14 It took two years to get Bob Dylan organized, but a small software company nestled in Nelson County has finally done it. Bluewall Media recently helped Dylan and his staff archive and digitalize more than 60 years worth of his iconic music, photographs,...read more
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