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During World War I, radio technology was greatly accelerated in part by military sponsorship. By the end of the war, the vacuum tube was commercially available for use in low-cost radios as well as radio transmitters and all sorts of other devices. Talking Motion Pictures. Talking Motion Pictures "The advent of American talking movies is beyond comparison the fastest and most amazing revolution the whole history of industrial revolutions.
" --Fortune Magazine, October, 1930 A Brief History of Talking Pictures Until the late 1920's, motion pictures were silent except for the musical accompaniment provided by theatre owners in the form of live orchestras. Up to this point, movies had enjoyed a wide degree of popularity, but they still remained a secondary form of entertainment, largely due to their lack of sound. KDKA, First Commercial Radio Station. A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries: KDKA begins to broadcast. KDKA begins to broadcast1920 Photo: Beginnings of KDKA, with entire staff of four On Christmas Eve, 1906, wireless operators on ships off the New England coast wondered if they'd had a religious experience.
Out of the midst of Morse code dots and dashes beeping through their headsets came the sound of a voice reading the Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke and a violin playing "Silent Night. " The voice wished them a merry Christmas, and then the dots and dashes started up again. The voice was that of Reginald Fessenden (1866-1932), an inventor and engineer who had been working on producing voice radio since Marconi's first wireless broadcast across the Atlantic.
Léon Theremin. Theremin Virtuoso Pamelia Kurstin and Pianist Pete Drungle Live in Studio 360. Leon Theremin playing his own instrument. The Futurist Intonarumori by Russolo - 2. Mike Patton plays the Intonarumori. Russolo_noise. LUIGI RUSSOLO italian futurist "SERENATA" 1924 "The Art of Noise" 1913 [ITA-ENG] Russolo y la máquinas del ruido. Luigi Russolo. MultiPhone Phonograph. Flickr: Intercambio de fotos. 1939 AEG Magnetophon FT4 tape recorder playing Deutsches Tanz und Unterhaltungsorchester. 1900 Emperor Franz Joseph oldest magnetic recording on Poulsen Telegraphone. Valdemar Poulsen. Guillermo Marconi. Berliner : El Gramófono. Emile Berliner. Untitled. Graphophone. A Columbia 'Precision' Graphophone, a cylinder model sold in France, 1901.
The Graphophone was the name and trademark of an improved version of the phonograph. It was invented at the Volta Laboratory established by Alexander Graham Bell in Washington, D.C., United States. Its trademark usage was acquired successively by the Volta Graphophone Company, then the American Graphophone Company, the North American Phonograph Company, and finally by the Columbia Phonograph Company (later to become Columbia Records), all of which either produced or sold Graphophones. Phonograph. Close up of the mechanism of an Edison Amberola, manufactured circa 1915 A late 20th-century gramophone turntable and record The phonograph, also called gramophone (from the Greek: γράμμα, gramma, "letter" and φωνή, phōnē, "voice") or record player, is a device introduced in 1877 for the recording and reproduction of sound recordings.
Gramófono. Prole.info. 07Epidaurus Theater07.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Mystery of Modern Acoustic in Ancient Greek Theatre Solved. The ancient Greeks were placing the last few stones on the magnificent theater at Epidaurus in the fourth century B.C.
In the ancient Greece, it was one of the wonders of its time. Unwittingly, the ancient builders made a sophisticated acoustic filter that enabled audiences in the back row to hear music and voices with amazing clarity, thousands of years before modern acoustic could do this. The ancient Greeks tried to replicate the Epidaurus' design, but without much success. A team at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found the factor missed by the ancients while looking for reproducing of this acoustic marvel: its seats, not its slope, or the wind.
The rows of limestone seats at Epidaurus made an efficient acoustics filter that eliminated low-frequency background noises like the murmur of the. New Atlantis. New Atlantis is a utopian novel by Sir Francis Bacon, published in Latin (as Nova Atlantis) in 1624 and in English in 1627.
In this work, Bacon portrayed a vision of the future of human discovery and knowledge, expressing his aspirations and ideals for humankind. The novel depicts the creation of a utopian land where "generosity and enlightenment, dignity and splendour, piety and public spirit" are the commonly held qualities of the inhabitants of the mythical Bensalem. WORLD'S FIRST: Compact Disc Player made in 1982. Compact Disc. Standard CDs have a diameter of 120 millimetres (4.7 in) and can hold up to about 80 minutes of uncompressed audio or 700 MiB (actually about 703 MiB or 737 MB) of data.
The Mini CD has various diameters ranging from 60 to 80 millimetres (2.4 to 3.1 in); they are sometimes used for CD singles, storing up to 24 minutes of audio or delivering device drivers. At the time of the technology's introduction it had much greater capacity than computer hard drives common at the time. IBM PC. 2242120938_42c450b4fe.jpg (imagen JPEG, 500 × 346 píxeles) APK File Download Headquarters. November 26, 2011 – 8:02 pm If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed . Thanks for visiting! Peter Gabriel and Fairlight CMI. Herbie Hancock jams with his Fairlight CMI. Fairlight CMI. Ambient.