Recording Arts-Lec8

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Recording Arts Thomas Edison 1877 Phonograph Colombia Records Emile Berliner 1887 78 RPM flat disc EMI/Victor Bell Labs Microphone Patents Condenser circa 1920 Dynamic circa 1930 RCA failed with LP in 1931 Colombia successful in 1948 RCA releases 45 RPM format Magnetic Tape—Magnetophone 1935 In Germany Magnetic tape Iron Oxide particles “glued” to tape First Recordings 1936 Jack Mullin Brought Magnetophone to USA Bing Crosby 1 st to use tape for production Tape standard by 1950’s Les Paul 1 st multi-track release recorded on homemade disc systems Develops 1 st multi-track tape recorded with Ampex Modern Studio Era Phil Spector’s “Wall of Sound” The Beach Boys The Beatles Analog 24 Track becomes standard in 1970’s
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3 Head System Repro Head Sync Head Erase Head The Birth of Digital 1 ST digital products are recordings in 1970’s Compact Disc Digital Audio Tape Studio formats early 1980’s DAT in 1987 Digital 1990’s
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