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Who invented the sound recorder?

The 'Phonautograph' was the first machine or device that was able  to record sound waves passing through the air. It was invented by  Edouard-Loon Scott de Martinville in 18 (MORE)

How do you install sound recorder on Windows XP?

To install the sound recorder in Windows XP you must have the Original Windows XP installation disc.    Step 1. Insert disc into your disc drive   Step 2. Open a co (MORE)

Can the lg extravert record sound?

Yes. From the main menu, go to "Media Center", then click "Music and Tones" then "My Sounds". Then click the "More" button from the "My Sounds" screen, and click "Record New". (MORE)

How is the sound produced with the recorder?

The block of wood in the mouth piece of a musical instrument called a recorder is called a fipple. The air vibrates over then under the fipple by the Bernoulli principal causi (MORE)

Who made the first sound recording?

The phonautograph is the earliest known device for recording sound. Invented by Frenchman Léon Scott, it was patented on March 25, 1857. Read more: (MORE)

Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

What kind of sound does the recorder make?

The recorder makes a very simple tone, relatively free of overtones. It is similar to a flute but less "breathy" or "windy" in the low register, and less sharp in the higher r (MORE)
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How does a recorder produce sound?

The player of the instrument blows a stream of air into the mouthpiece of the recorder, where it travels through a short tunnel, called the "windway" of the recorder (basicall (MORE)

Why do studio audio recordings sound better than live recordings?

The short answer is it's due to the acoustics of the venue interacting with event being recorded. But this answer applies only to you and others that share this perspective. (MORE)