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Evolution Of Music Technology
Transcript of Evolution Of Music Technology
Edison cylinder phonograph, circa 1899
Thomas Edison’s tinfoil cylinder phonograph, which made the first recording of the human voice in 1877.
adapted his invention from Leon's idea of the phonautograph but changed the paper into a disc music player, he called the “gramophone.” invented in 1887
The first music is put on record: Jules Levy plays "Yankee Doodle."
Always the first
Edison introduces an electric motor-driven phonograph.
"phonautograph" was the first device capable of recording sound signals accorded to "The Routledge Guide to Music Technology." Martinville's device could not reproduce sound signals though.
EVOLUTION OF MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
Victrola became the
industry’s premiere disc phonograph
Electrical recording combined with the advent of magnetic recording to helped drive the recording industry for the next two centuries.
1940s, Columbia introduced the 33-1/3 RPM long-playing record (LP)
Phillips introduced the audio cassette tape format that eventually became popular among home audio enthusiasts.
Sony developed the first digital audio recording devices to be used by professional studios
the first commercially available digital audio players other than sony in the United States using an mp3 player format
launched the digital audio player revolution that achieved meteoric success with the introduction of Apple’s
sony'spersonal audio players evolved to play digital mediums such as compact discs(CDs)
The next year, Sony invented a device for personal audio called the Walkman portable audio cassette player. Sony went on to sell over 100 million Walkman-like audio players— that brought the knock-offs by other manufacturers.
after 2001 people found various ways to listen to there music and continue to do so.
The Victor Talking Machine Company from 1901 through 1929 but the Victrola was invented in 1905.