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The Phonautograph

1857 by Frenchman Edouard-Leon Scott de Martinville

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First microphone

1876 by Emilie Berliner

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Phonograph

1877 by. Thomas Edison

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Flat-disc gramophone

1887 Emile Berliner
First marketed in 1889

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Jukebox

1889 by Louis Glass and William Arnold

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Magnetic recorder called the Telegraphone

1898 by valdermar Poulsen

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Three major record companies sell 4 million units

1900

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First voice and music broadcast

1906 by Reginald Fessenden

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The Victor

1906 by the Victor Talking Machine Company

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First licensed radio station

1920 KDKA Pittsburgh

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First talking picture

1927 The Jazz Singer

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First commercial tape recorder

1928 by Fritz Pfleger

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Binaural Sound (M-S and X-Y)

1931 by Alan Blumlein

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First film with stereo sound AND first television broadcast

1940 Disneys Fantasia

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First 33 1/3 LP Discs

1948 Columbia Records. Important bc it increases time played from 5min to 20min

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45 RPM record

1949 RCA

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Sound on sound aka over-dubbing

1949 by Les Paul

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Multi-track tape recorders

1951

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First surround sound film

1952 This I Cinerama

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First console with linear faders

1960 Tom Dowd

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Compact cassette tape format

1962 by Philips

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8 track cartridge

1965 Bill Lear and Ford Motor Company

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First digital audio workstation

1976 Thomas Stockholm Jr.

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Compact disc (what was the first one?)

1982 Sony and Philips. First was Billy Joel 52nd Street

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MIDI 1.0

1983 by Dave Smith

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DAT (Digital Audio Tape)

1987 Sony and Philips

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MP3

1988 by Dr. Karlheinz Brandenburg

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ADAT

1992 Alexis

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Pro Tools

1992 Digidesign

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Auto tune

1997 Antares

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iPod

2001 Apple

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iTunes

2003 Apple

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Spotify

2008