Who invented the process the first sound recording was made on tin-wrapped cylinders that could be played on phonograph when?
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In 1877, Thomas Edison (1847-1931) invented the phonograph, which originally used cylinders of metal or wax. The first true "record player" using disks was the "gramophone" patented by German-American inventor Emile Berliner in 1888..... I hope this is enough....??
Edison thought of how the telegraph and telephone worked and thought he could capture and play back sound
Thomas Edison did not originally invent the phonograph, anotherinvented it before him. His name was Emile Berliner. Thomas Edison is widely acknowledged as the person who invented thephonograph.
This was a tin foil phonograph. The phonograph played cylinders andnot disks which led to his discovery that he could playbackmessages via this invention. .
Thomas invented the phonograph in the year of 1878 and took him 30 hours with a little help from his Friend john kruesi. Edison is credited with the invention of the phonograph in 1877. thomas Edison invented the phonograph in the year 1877. he demonstrated the phonograph on Dec.7th… 1877 at the office of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN . ( Full Answer )
The phonautograph is the earliest known device for recording sound. Invented by Frenchman LÃ©on Scott, it was patented on March 25, 1857. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_was_the_first_sound_recorder_made#ixzz1Glnf6GXc
The phonograph was invented in 1877, by Thomas Edison. In October of 1877 Edison invented the phonograph - several months later in 1878 he made his first production model. Later versions were known as gramophones and record players.
Johannes Matthias Augustus Stroh patented it in 1899. It is named for him, the Stroh Violin. It was used often in Vaudeville and silent movie theatres because of the amplified nature of its sound.
The phonograph was invented in October, 1877 by Thomas Alva Edisonin New Jersey. Thomas Edison was Born in Milan Ohio, but he moved to Port Huronwhen he was 7, then moved out at 16. He moved to New Jersey andcreated a lab there where he invented his inventions.
Thomas Edison invented the phonograph. The first recording was Edison himself reciting "Mary Had A Little Lamb". The first records were cylindrical like a rolling pin.
Answer Yes, the tinfoil phonograph as invented by Thomas A. Edison in 1877 did have an impact! Previous to the phonograph's invention no one would have dared to believe a dead person's speech could come back to life! It was then thought that once a person died, all things verbal went with them, los…t forever. To be able to hear a dead person was almost surreal! Edison shattered all that! Even when the phonograph was written about in the newspapers, most people simply didn't and couldn't believe it was true. People just couldn't conceive the fact a simple metal device could do such a thing. Edison's invention proved so popular that "Scientific-American" sold plans so that a person could construct a phonograph at home.That helped cement the idea that anyone could actually accomplish what a inventor did in his lab. People made good money for several years demonstrating the machines in public venues. Everyone wanted to see one in action. Once shown and proven, the device changed people's ideas about permanence! ( Full Answer )
The phonograph was invented by Thomas Alba Edison in 1877. He invented the phonograph in Menlo Park, New Jersey.
DON'T CLEAN THEM! A damp cloth can be used to gently wipe off dust and dirt, with the exception of thick Edison diamond disc records which are made of a fiberboard core covered with shellac, the water will swell the Edison records. Avoid wiping the label, they are normally paper. Brushing them with …a soft, dry cloth is also acceptable. Most often a dirty shellac record won't sound much worse than a clean looking one. If the sound is very bad, it is probably that the record is worn and can not be repaired. ( Full Answer )
Any answer to this question is going to be a matter of OPINION. In my opinion, his greatest Contribution to the modern world was the "Perfection" of the Incandescent Light Bulb . He did not invent the light bulb, but bought the Patent and made it a practical invention by finding a long lasting Fi…lament and Atmosphere inside the bulb. The light bulb was a huge advancement to Civilization. ( Full Answer )
Answer : . "The First DVD Recorder was invented on December 2005 by Robin Woolum when Robin Woolum got a DVD Recorder at Wal-Mart near Richmond, IN 47374!!!!!!"
A phonograph is a record player, not a recorder. It plays, it does not record.
The first words successfully recorded by Edison when testing the phonograph were "Mary had a little lamb." This was on a tinfoil-wrapped cylinder recorder. Edison announced the invention on November 21, 1877.
If you ask the record player it is Thomas Alva Edison. The words were Mary had a little lamb.
As a kid, in the 60's and 70's, I would fix everyones scratched 45's by gently pressing and holding the needle or stylus in the spot on the record where the scratch occurs. I would go over the same scratched spot of the record, and repress the groove until the skips or scratch clears. I know this so…unds crazy, but it always worked. You must have a gentle touch when you repress the groove. ( Full Answer )
Thomas Edison is credited with the invention of the phonograph.Edison invented this device in 1877 after several other inventorshad failed to create a machine that could reproduce sound.
In July 1877, while developing his telephone transmitter, Thomas Edison conceived the idea of recording and playing back telephone messages. After experimenting with a telephone "diaphragm having an embossing point & held against paraffin paper moving rapidly," he found that the sound "vibrations ar…e indented nicely" and concluded "there's no doubt that I shall be able to store up & reproduce automatically at any future time the human voice perfectly." Edison periodically returned to this idea, and by the end of November, he had developed a basic design. The first phonograph consisted of grooved cylinder mounted on a long shaft with a screw pitch of ten threads per inch and turned by a hand crank. Instead of paraffined paper, Edison used a piece of tin foil wrapped around the cylinder as a recording surface. The first phonograph had separate recording and playback mechanisms, but later designs combined them into a single unit. ( Full Answer )
12 gauge shot gun.. I have 2 boxes from victor records with aprox 15-20 phonograph records in each.. at first glance I thought they were the records used to make several copys from. but there not. anyone wanna buy them?
Tape recorders. the phonograph dates to l877 (Edison cylindrical models) but the first tape recorder-originally intended as a phone-answering machine- called a Telegraphone was not patented until l904 by a Danish-American inventor. early tape machines were quite cumbersome and usually confined to re…cording studios. One early (Portable) mo http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What music player was invented after the phonograph&action=editdel by the inventor above weighed in at about 40lbs. . ( Full Answer )
Edison patented the sound recording and reproducing phonograph in 1878 but did not invent it. Charles Cros produced a theory (April 18, 1877) concerning a phonograph, but he never made the working model. Thomas Edison did manage to manufacture a model in order to acquire the patent.
Probably the whip . The distinctive crack of a whip is made when the end of it breaks the sound barrier.
the phonograph was made by Thomas Edison in 1877. It was made in his studio.. And he made the telegraph and telephone out of this invention. He made the model for it in 1878.
The phonograph was invented in 1877, by Thomas Edison. Thomas Edison described the concept of simulating motion in 1888, and his associate William Dickson created a practical device by 1892.
The needle runs over the grooves in the vinyl record album, and waves in the surface of the vinyl cause the needle to vibrate. That vibration is transmitted to a piezoelectric crystal which converts it into a modulated electric current. The current is amplified into a stronger current and fed to lou…dspeakers where electromagnets convert the current into a magnetic field which then causes a ferromagnetic membrane to vibrate thus producing sound. Simple! ( Full Answer )
The first phonograph, invented by Thomas Alva Edison, recorded sound by engraving vibrations into a groove on a foil-covered rotating cylinder, and plaved the sound back through a vibrating diaphragm connected to a stylus.
Thomas Edison with the wax phonograph. The words being " Mary had a little lamb, it's fleece as white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go"
I don't exactly understand what you are asking ... but I will try to answer. Thomas Edison is the original inventor of the phonograph on November 20, 1887. Although, after the patent for Edison's phonograph expired many other companies began competing with Edison's phonograph company, and came up w…ith different names for them such as the Gramophone. :) Hope that helps! ( Full Answer )
The Z1 originally created by Germany's Konrad Zuse in his parents living room in 1936 to 1938 is considered to be the first electrical binary programmable computer.
When it first came out in the late 1800's it was a box with an arm that had a needle and a horn for sound. Today it is highly technological piece of equipment.
The first practical sound recording andreproduction device was the mechanical phonographcylinder, invented by Thomas Edison in 1877. For a fuller answer, Google 'Firsts in the recording of sight andsound'.
The phonograph was invented by Thomas Alba Edison in 1877. He invented the phonograph in Menlo Park, New Jersey.
U.S. inventor. He had very little formal schooling. He set up a laboratory in his father's basement at age 10; at 12 he was earning money selling newspapers and candy on trains. He worked as a telegrapher (1862 - 68) before deciding to pursue invention and entrepreneurship. Throughout much of his ca…reer, he was strongly motivated by efforts to overcome his handicap of partial deafness. For Western Union he developed a machine capable of sending four telegraph messages down one wire, only to sell the invention to Western Union's rival, http://wiki.answers.com/topic/jay-gould , for more than $100,000. He created the world's first industrial-research laboratory, in Menlo Park, N.J. There he invented the carbon-button transmitter (1877), still used in telephone speakers and microphones today; the phonograph (1877); and the incandescent lightbulb (1879). To develop the lightbulb, he was advanced $30,000 by such financiers as http://wiki.answers.com/topic/j-p-morgan and the Vanderbilts. In 1882 he supervised the installation of the world's first permanent commercial central power system, in lower Manhattan. After the death of his first wife (1884), he built a new laboratory in West Orange, N.J. Its first major endeavour was the commercialization of the phonograph, which http://wiki.answers.com/topic/alexander-graham-bell had improved on since Edison's initial invention. At the new laboratory Edison and his team also developed an early movie camera and an instrument for viewing moving pictures; they also developed the alkaline storage battery. Although his later projects were not as successful as his earlier ones, Edison continued to work even in his 80s. Singly or jointly, he held a world-record 1,093 patents, nearly 400 of them for electric light and power. He always invented for necessity, with the object of devising something new that he could manufacture. More than any other, he laid the basis for the technological revolution of the modern electric world. ( Full Answer )
Mary Had A Little Lamb can be considered a song as well as a nursery rhyme (and w/all due respect to Doug, Stevie Ray Vaughn has the best version!). Are we all sure that Edison spoke the words, rather than sang them?click here bro http://www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question41376.html and also wright on …my wall its 123messwithme ( Full Answer )
The 'Phonautograph' was the first machine or device that was ableto record sound waves passing through the air. It was invented byEdouard-Loon Scott de Martinville in 1857. Years later, Thomas AlvaEdison perfected the sound recording technology in 1878, with hisPhonograph, although it was difficult …to produce in mass. It wasuntil Emile Berliner patented the Gramophone in 1887 that this kindof machines were widely available. ( Full Answer )
The invention of the phonograph was very important to society. The invention itself was very useful during the time of Edison and has impacted many similar inventions that have proved to be useful today.
No The VV-IV only plays 78rpm records. Also as a rule of thumb, don't play any records from the mid-thirties on up on it. And don't forget to change the needle each play.
a phonograph record is the vinyl (or shellac on glass or hard wax ) disk or cylinder containing a sound recording. . a phonograph is the machine for playing phonograph records.
The phonograph was invented by Thomas Edison on 18 July 1877. His first test using tin foil wrapped around a hand-cranked cylinder. Tin foil was not a practical recording medium for everyday use and commercial production. Within a few years Edison developed wax cylinders licensed by Charles Sumne…r Tainter, Alexander Graham Bell, and Chichester Bell, as the American Graphophone Co. - Later absorbed by the Columbia phonograph Co. By the 1880s wax cylinders were mass marketed. These had sound recordings in the grooves on the outside of hollow cylinders of wax. These cylinders could easily be removed and replaced on the mandrel of the machine which played them. Early cylinder records would commonly wear out after they were played a few hundred times. The buyer could then use a mechanism which left their surface shaved smooth so new recordings could be made on them. In 1890 Charles Tainter patented the use of hard carnauba wax as a replacement for the common mixture of paraffin and beeswax used on phonograph cylinders. ( Full Answer )
The person that made the "Phonogragh" would be Louis T. Glass and William S. Arnold.
The phonautograph is the earliest known device for recording sound. Invented by Frenchman LÃ©on Scott, it was patented on March 25, 1857.
After the cassette tape player/recorder this was overtaken by the CD player/recorder, followed by the DAT tape player and the Mini disk CD player/recorder. This as mostly been superseded by MP3 format players :- including mobile phones/ i Pads etc.
The phonograph played softly, its needle skipped, then it was back on the groove again. There was a phonograph at the back of the club, it was playing miles davis. The phonograph is also know as the record player. The phonograph is a device that plays sounds from wax. If you do not know what a pho…nograph is then look it up on wikipedia. ( Full Answer )
What device captures sound waves and transforms them into mechanical energy to make recordings is it a phonograph?
Yes, a phonograph captures sound waves and transforms them intomechanical energy to make recordings. The earliest recording deviceof this type was invented by Thomas Edison.
Any removable cylindrical object that stores information is similar to a phonograph record. Todays equivalent is the CD or DVD
About l877. the earliest Edison phonographs were the cylinder type. Disc recordings (hence the term Disk Jockey) were invented by Emil Berliner much later and he sold the patents to Columbia Records. We still have both Columbia records and CBS. Mr. Berliner was a US citizen who also developed the Mi…crophone and related devices for recording purposes. ( Full Answer )
The phonograph made out of various things. There are some parts that are made out of wood while others are made from metal and plastic. This is a record player that was used in the past.