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The article can be found, here:
http://static01.nyt.com/images/2015/11/ ... ter675.jpg
He was apparently a Renaissance man, who was not only gifted in music, but also in mechanical engineering. He developed a French horn model for C. G. Conn, and a stabilization system for Boeing aircraft, and also an ultrasound diagnostic tool for ophthalmologists. Of course, his inspired development of a playback jewel, of sapphire or diamond, on a lightweight tone arm enabled vinyl records to achieve remarkable fidelity and clarity.