2007-04-11 COMM Informative Speech PPT

2007-04-11 COMM Informative Speech PPT - Allowed two or...

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Sound Theory Sounds as Wave Compression Ears interpret pressure changes as sound
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Early Recordings Thomas Edison’s Phonograph Phonograph Theory Foil wrapped around Tin Can “embossed” via stylus (up and down motion) Announced November 1877 Patented February 1878
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Gramophone (1887) Emile Berliner’s Gramophone Allowed for duplication of records Announced in 1887 Zinc disked scratched laterally (engraved instead of embossed) (the major pitfall of Edison’s Phonograph) Tremendous Impact on Music Industry
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Vinyl (1898) Vinyl replaced Zinc in early 1900s Dominance through 1900s Still holds cult following Magnetic Tape (1930) Electromagnetic Theory (1930s) Quality changes radio industry Allows for Studio Editing
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Multi-Track (1950) Tape cut into parallels for synced recordings
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Unformatted text preview: Allowed two or more microphones to be recorded simultaneously Along with tape-splicing, allowed for new versatility in recording arrangements Huge affect on recording process Gramaphone (1916) Recording Multi-Track Studio (2006) Vs. Cassette (1963) Introduced by RCA Made Recording and Playback easier Duplications very easy Digital Audio (1980) DAT never successful CDs dominated from early 90s Paved way for Mp3 Compression and Hard Disk Modern Day Recording Digital Audio Worksations (DAWs) Limitless production and editing capabilities Previously unimaginable sound quality Low costs = affordable for all artists Sampling and Synthesizing capabilities Home midi-studio...
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