The Di.Do.S. (Digitalization of Sound Documents) project was born from the collaboration between the National Cinema Museum and Punto Rec Studios and with the participation of the University of Turin (DAMS).

The National Cinema Museum has a rich collection of over 2,200 records, ranging from the first waxed 78 rpm records of the 1920s and 1930s to the more classic 33 rpm records of the 1950s. This is a unique heritage – consisting not only of valuable film soundtracks but also of records with texts recited or sung by great actors – which until now, however, has been difficult to access without the digitisation of out-of-catalogue analogue material.