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See detailDas Ende der Reparaturarbeit?
Krebs, Stefan UL

Scientific Conference (2019)

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See detailProducing a binaural radio play on the history of 3D sound recording
Krebs, Stefan UL

Scientific Conference (2019)

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See detailDas Auto
Krebs, Stefan UL

in Morat, Daniel; Ziemer, Hansjakob (Eds.) Handbuch Sound: Geschichte – Begriffe – Ansätze (2018)

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See detailCultures of Self-Repair: Community, Identity and Appropriation of Technology
Krebs, Stefan UL

Scientific Conference (2018)

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See detailKulturen des Reparierens: Dinge - Wissen - Praktiken
Krebs, Stefan UL; Schabacher, Gabriele; Weber, Heike

Book published by Transcript (2018)

Reparieren und Instandhalten sind ökonomisch wie kulturell zentrale Praktiken im »Leben« technischer Dinge und Infrastrukturen. Der Band rückt diese bislang wenig untersuchten Tätigkeiten in den ... [more ▼]

Reparieren und Instandhalten sind ökonomisch wie kulturell zentrale Praktiken im »Leben« technischer Dinge und Infrastrukturen. Der Band rückt diese bislang wenig untersuchten Tätigkeiten in den Vordergrund und fragt nach den Wissensformen der unterschiedlichen Kulturen des Reparierens. Die Expertisen und politischen Ambitionen menschlicher Akteure finden dabei ebenso Berücksichtigung wie die Eigendynamik der Dinge. Die Beiträge untersuchen Praktiken wie die Uhr- oder Computerreparatur sowie Räume wie die Wohnung und das Krankenhaus, das Repair Café und die Stadt des Globalen Südens. Nicht zuletzt geht es um die Frage, inwiefern Reparieren und reparaturfreundliches Design zu mehr Nachhaltigkeit beitragen können. [less ▲]

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See detailReview: Karl Pichol (2016). Geschichte(n) rund ums Papier. Ahlen: Eigenverlag
Krebs, Stefan UL

in Technikgeschichte (2018), 85(2), 136

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See detailVerklungene Geschichte? Zur auditiven Erinnerung des Ersten Weltkriegs
Krebs, Stefan UL

Conference given outside the academic context (2018)

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See detailKulturen des Reparierens und die Lebensdauer der Dinge
Krebs, Stefan UL; Schabacher, Gabriele; Weber, Heike

in Krebs, Stefan; Schabacher, Gabriele; Weber, Heike (Eds.) Kulturen des Reparierens: Dinge - Wissen - Praktiken (2018)

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Fickers, Andreas UL; Haude, Rüdiger; Krebs, Stefan UL et al

in Fickers, Andreas; Haude, Rüdiger; Krebs, Stefan (Eds.) et al Jeux sans Frontières? - Grenzgänge der Geschichtswissenschaft (2017)

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See detailJeux sans Frontières? - Grenzgänge der Geschichtswissenschaft
Fickers, Andreas UL; Haude, Rüdiger; Krebs, Stefan UL et al

Book published by transcript (2017)

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See detailHörspiel: Glanz und Elend der Kunstkopf-Stereophonie
Krebs, Stefan UL

Diverse speeches and writings (2017)

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See detailExperimentelle Medienarchäologie: das Beispiel Kunstkopf-Stereophonie
Krebs, Stefan UL

Scientific Conference (2017)

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See detailThe Failure of Binaural Stereo. Sound Engineers and the Introduction of Artificial Head Microphones
Krebs, Stefan UL

in Icon : Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology (2017), 23

In 1973, binaural stereo was introduced to the German public during the International Broadcasting Fair in Berlin. Based on the development of artificial head microphones, binaural stereo provided ... [more ▼]

In 1973, binaural stereo was introduced to the German public during the International Broadcasting Fair in Berlin. Based on the development of artificial head microphones, binaural stereo provided facsimile sound recordings that enabled listeners, when listening with headphones, to experience the spatial acoustics of the original recording situation. During the fair, Berlin-based radio station Radio in the American Sector (RIAS) broadcast the first binaural radio play. Radio listeners and journalists praised it for its “super stereo” quality and highest fidelity, and expected that the future of radio would be three-dimensional. Despite this remarkable echo, German broadcasting stations were somewhat reluctant to adopt binaural stereo, and many sound engineers rejected to deploy artificial head microphones. They referred to certain technical shortcomings of binaural stereo in general, and available microphone models in particular. Based on contemporary publications, sources from broadcasting archives, and oral history interviews, this paper argues that recordists’ outright rejection of binaural stereo – its failure to be adopted in industry - was rather grounded in their listening and recording ideologies than in actual shortcomings of artificial head recording technology. [less ▲]

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See detailUnderstanding Stereophony? Early Dummy Head Research on Sound Localization
Krebs, Stefan UL

Scientific Conference (2017)

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