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Audio Timeline. By: Cade Thompson. 1877. Thomas Edison's phonograph was invented in 1877. 1878. The first music is put on record: cornetist Jules Levy plays "Yankee Doodle . 1888.

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audio timeline

Audio Timeline

By: Cade Thompson

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1877
  • Thomas Edison's phonograph was invented in 1877.
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1878
  • The first music is put on record: cornetist Jules Levy plays "Yankee Doodle.
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1888
  • In 1888, Emile Berliner filed and patented a talking machine which also recorded and played back sound. (The gramophone)
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1898
  • ValdemarPoulsen 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.
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1906
  • Lee DeForest invents the triode vacuum tube, the first electronic signal amplifier.
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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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1913
  • The first "talking movie" is demonstrated by Edison using his Kinetophone process, a cylinder player mechanically synchronized to a film projector.
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1929
  • The "Blattnerphone" is developed for use as a magnetic recorder using steel tape.
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1930
  • Before the development of oxide based magnetic tape, the stainless steel piano wire recorder was the dominant audio recording format of choice.
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1932
  • The first cardioid ribbon microphone is patented by Dr. Harry F. Olson of RCA, using a field coil instead of a permanent magnet..
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1936
  • The Tefifon used an endless  vinyl belt housed in a cassette that recorded the tracks.
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1940
  • Walt Disney's "Fantasia" is released, with eight-track stereophonic sound.
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1945
  • The Audographused technology, in that the modulated grooves were embossed onto soft vinyl.
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1945
  • The soundscriber used flexible vinyl records were "cut" using a stylus cutting head and playback  was made on a dedicated player.
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1947
  • Dictabelts are flexible belts of vinyl  .005" thick by 3 1/2 inches wide with a circumference of 12 inches, which allowed up to approximately 15 minutes of recording time per belt. This machine works just like the soundscriber.
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1957
  • The SonabandWalkieRecordAllused the same technology as that of the Dictabelt.It embossed the audio information onto a soft vinyl belt with a stylus, instead of cutting grooves into harder materials.
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1957
  • The portable dictet dictation recorder by the Dictaphone Corporation, was the very first dictation machine to use magnetic tape cassettes. (dictaphonedictet)
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1958
  • In 1958 RCA developed an audio cartridge system known simply as the sound tape cartridge.
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1959
  • Introduced in 1959 by Collins Radio, the cart tape format was designed for use by radio broadcasters to play commercials,  bumpers, and announcements. 
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1960
  • In 1960, the magnabeltwas invented. It was another type of dictation machine.
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1962
  • Ironically, the compact cassette is still in wide use today and was never intended for such wide use.
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1964
  • The Sanyo Pack 35 was an early format portable dictation player/recorder for busy executives in the 1960’s.
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1977
  • The Elcaset format was introduced by Sony in 1977.  Though marketed as a consumer format, it was intended as a platform to offer open reel to reel quality with the convenience of a compact cassette.
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1978
  • The Sony PCM-F10, though not the first digital stereo recorder, was the first to make it truly affordable.
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1981
  • Sony released the second generation called the PCM-F1 which reduced the processor size substantially.
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1982
  • The audio CD in the form we know it today, was released in the UK in September, 1982.
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1987
  • Introduced in 1987 for the professional studio market, digital audio tapes quickly claimed the high ground in professional recording industry circles.
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1991
  • Released in 1991, the first ADAT machine took the recording industry by storm.
slide31
1989
  • The mp3 player was invented.
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2000
  • The versacorderwas invented in 2000 and was used for talk shows.
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2001
  • The advanced audio coding is a newer codec algorithm made in 2001.
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2001
  • The first ipodwas released on November 10, 2001.
cites
Cites
  • http://videointerchange.com/audio_history\
  • http://www.aes.org/aeshc/docs/audio.history.timeline.html