March 27 Sound Recordings and Music

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March 27, 2008 Development of Medium Novelty Stage people are experimenting to solve a problem i.e.—radio wasn’t used initially for music but more so for mass communication Entrepreneurial Stage once the uses are seen, practical and marketable uses arise developing practical and marketable uses Marketing/Consumer Stage how can it be sold to the public? fully blossoms into being a function of mass medium Phonograph Edison Berliner’s Discs example of marketing consumer stage 1940’s first way to play back records forerunner of records Audiotape 1970’s and 80’s Stereo Sound 1958 allowed for track records (people could put music and lyrics separately and put them together later) Digital Recording another enhancement in recording cheaper, easier to produce and more marketable CD crisper sound and much more durable 1980’s (but became popular in 90’s)
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course COMM 310 taught by Professor Chewning during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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