Phonograph: An Excited History of the Old Technology.

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Phonograph: An Excited History of the Old Technology. 


Phonograph: Tuning fork is the first instrument that can be used to play sound over and over again. The device was first invented by the English scientist Thomas Young in 1808. But the fork of the instrument is made in such a way that the sound of a specific frequency is produced when it is hit. It cannot contain any words. This instrument is still used in physics laboratories. But the phonograph, the first known device for airborne recording for speech, music and other words, was created by French inventor Edward-Leon Scott de Martinsville. The device was acquired on March 25, 1857. This device was also made for sound-laboratory.

The sound floating in the air hit the parchment paper screen of this device. The resulting sound frequency vibrated a special type of writing associated with this screen. This pen is used to draw sound frequency on a kind of black paper placed on a rolling tube. This device was originally used to visually examine the nature of sound. At that time there was no system to play this sound-frequency drawn on paper. 

Parlophone:  Charles Cross, a French and amateur poet were the first to think of creating a word-bearing and retaining sound-playing device. He sent a report on this subject to the French Academy of Sciences on April 30, 18 AD. He published a report on the device on October 30 this year. The name of this report was Phonography. But the author’s favourite name was Parlophone. Charles Cross thought of a kind of two-layer thin sheet to hold sound in this device. The bottom layer of this leaf will be the leaf that does not decay in acid. The upper bouts featured two cutaways, for easier access to the higher frets. The leaf will be fastened on any rolling tube. The word will be written on the sheet with an acid-carrying pen. As a result, pictures of words will be drawn on this page. The acid-burned sheet will then be placed on another instrument, rotated at a record speed, and the sound will be played with a phonetic pen placed on top of it. However, this method was later used in acid-burned sound-retaining sheets. The poet Charles Cross did not claim or claim any credit for this. The poet died in 16 AD. Then began the era of Thomas Alva Edison’s phonographs.

Primary Gramophone: Thomas Alva Edison invented the technique of combining the whole process of capturing sound and replaying it between May and July 18 AD. But he finally revealed the subject of this discovery on November 21, 18 AD. In December, he unveiled the device on November 29. He acquired the rights to the discovery from the United States on February 19, 18.  The words that he said when he went to the office for the first time with this instrument is – “Good morning. How do you do? How do you like the phonograph? This device was the first phonograph. 

This phonograph was sold in France in 1901. Edison’s original phonographs recorded sound on thin tin sheets. This leaf was placed on top of a funnel. This funnel was rotated at a smooth speed by a handle. The sound was recorded by scratching on this tin sheet. The word was retained in this manner until 18 AD. Edison then gradually improved his instrument. In 17 AD, Emil Berliner used flat and round discs instead of cylinders. He introduced the spiral track on the disc. And he also introduced the method of making multiple copies from one master disk. This instrument is known as a gramophone.


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