How Music Has Progressed
Record player or phonographinfoplease.com
Edison's records were made from tin foil, but his later method known as "Hill and Dale" recording .Early turntables were operated by a spring driven moter that required rewinding for each record played.
music with moving picturehistory.com
The oldest known film with music was made for the kinetophone developed by Thomas Edison that showed moving pictures with a fitted phonograph. In the film the inventor plays music from a popular operettaon a violin as 2 men dance beside him.
The first ship-to-shore 2 way call radiowas in1922 . It was 400 miles at sea. It was not till 1929 that high seas public radio/ telephone service inaugurated.
Music at the movieshistory.com
In April 1923 , New York City's Rivoli Theater presented the first motion pictures with sound on film , system that synchronized movies and their sound.(The Jazz Singer,"the first full-length talkie in history would premiere in1927 and use the same technology.)
James T. Russell, a senior scientist at the Pacific Northwest Laboratory, invented the technology for the compact disc in 1965. By 1985, Russell had earned 26 patents for various innovations with CD-ROM technology.
James T. Russell conceived the compact disc player ( CD player) in 1965. While he worked at the Pacific Northwest National Labratoryof the Battelle Memorial Institute of Richland.
An audio tape recording mounted into a cassette. They are a format for recording and playingaudio. They consist of a reel to reel tape of of magnetic information.
portable MP3 playerehow.com
It was designed in the early 1990's and first appeared on the market in1998. The first players had a minimal storage capacity, but throughout the 2000's flashed drive memory was replaced with hard drives in portable mp3 players.
Apple computers announced their portable music player, the iPod, on Oct. 23,2001. The iPod was announced several months after the release of iTunes.
It was apple's idea of a simple virtual music store . Initially, the store only had 200,000 tracks and only Mac users were able to buy and transfer music to their iPod.