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History of audio. By: ashunte collins. 1877 . Thomas Alva Edison, working in his lab, succeeds in recovering Mary's Little Lamb from a strip of tinfoil wrapped around a spinning cylinder. He demonstrates his invention in the offices of Scientific American, and the phonograph is born. .

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history of audio
History of audio

By: ashuntecollins

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1877

Thomas Alva Edison, working in his lab, succeeds in recovering Mary's Little Lamb from a strip of tinfoil wrapped around a spinning cylinder.

He demonstrates his invention in the offices of Scientific American, and the phonograph is born.

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1878

1878 The first music is put on record: cornetist Jules Levy plays "Yankee Doodle."

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1881

Clement Ader, using carbon microphones and armature headphones, accidentally produces a stereo effect when listeners outside the hall monitor adjacent telephone lines linked to stage mikes at the Paris Opera.

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1887

Emily Berliner is granted a patent on a flat- disc gramophone, making the production of multiple copies practical.

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1888

Thomas Alva Edison introduces an electric motor-driven phonograph.

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1895

Guglielmo Marconi experiments with his wireless telegraphy system in Italy leading to the first transatlantic signals from Poldhu,Cornwall, UK to ST. John’s

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1898

ValdimarPoulsen patents his “ Telegraphone” recording magnetically on steel wire.

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1901

The victor talking machine company is founded by Emile Berliner and Eldridge Johnson. E.B bottom

E.J top

1873 1961
1873-1961

Lee deforest invents the triode vacuum tube, the first electronic signal amplifier

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1910

Enrico Caruso is heard in the first live broadcast from the metropolitan opera, nyc

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1912

Major Edwin F. Armstrong is issued a patent for a regenerative circuit , making radio reception practical

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1940

Walt Disney's Fantasia released, with 8-track stereophonic sound

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1921

The first commercial am radio broadcast is made by kaka ,Pittsburgh pa

this is where i got my information from
This is where I got my information from

wolfiewolfgang.com

http://www.aes.org/aeshc/docs/audio.history.timeline.html

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_audio_f

oen.wikipedia.org

biography.com

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2013

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