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Electronic musical instrument

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An electronic musical instrument is a musical instrument that produces sound using electronics. .... RCA produced experimental devices to synthesize voice and music in the 1950s. ... practical polyp...

Music By Electricity (1906) - United States Early Radio History

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Although perhaps the first electrical music synthesizer, Cahill's innovation, generally ... has produced many wonders, they have been mainly of the workaday kind. ... At a keyboard of his device a performer--or there may be two-- lightly presses ...

History of Music Players - 1877-1928

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In 1906 the Victrola model record player was introduced by RCA Victor. This record player had variable turntable speeds to accommodate the already wide ...

Inside The Music Industry - Chronology - Technology And The Music ...

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May 27, 2004 ... While experimenting with a new telegraph device, Thomas Edison ... retired with the Victor Talking Machine Company's 1906 introduction of the ...

John Philip Sousa, "The Menace of Mechanical Music," 1906

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John Philip Sousa, "The Menace of Mechanical Music," 1906 ... novels, comes now the mechanical device to sing for us a song or play for us a piano, ... proportion of music in its soul, we may observe the English sparrow, which, introduced ...

The Menace of Mechanical Music - MIT OpenCourseWare

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8 (1906), pp. ... English sparrow, which, introduced and welcomed in all innocence, lost no .... because the automatic music devices are usurping their places.

electronic instrument | music | Britannica.com

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Any musical instrument that produces or modifies sounds by electric, and usually ... Completed in 1906, this instrument employed large rotary generators to produce ... synthesizer, which the inventors introduced in 1929 at the Paris Exposition. ... the score-reading instruments were large, experimentally oriented devices.

Tunes and technology: How music tech mastered the science of sound

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Jan 7, 2015 ... A timeline exploring music technology through the years. ... features a cylinder) recording device, which enables the production of multiple copies. ... When it was was introduced to the public in August of 1906, the Victrola ...

DJ History

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... Leon Scott invented the phonoautograph, the first device to record sound. ... The first audio radio broadcast came in 1906, and the first ever disc-jockey took his ... would become a revolutionizing moment for dance music lovers of all kinds.

The Synthesizer: Modernist and Technological Transformations in ...

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publicly in New York in 1906, the Telharmonium foreshadowed the future of electronic musical .... music was often played in the background on a mechanical device such as a ... Varèse spent years creating a kind of proto-electronic music for live ..... Musical Instrument Digital Interface, or MIDI technology, introduced into the .....

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The First Broadcast - Christmas Eve -1906

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He had succeeded in transmitting voice and music over the air. ... He had provided specifications and subsequently modified a device that was built to his design ...

Recording Technology History - Audio Engineering Society

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Jul 6, 2005 ... 1906 - Victor introduced the first all-enclosed cabinet phonograph ... high due to the growth of live radio, but new kinds of minority music become popular. .... 1940 - David Sarnoff of RCA installed first secret recording devices ...

The Record Effect - The New Yorker

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Jun 6, 2005 ... How technology has transformed the sound of music. ... Ever since Edison introduced the wax cylinder, in 1877, people have been trying to ... By 1900, the phonograph was being marketed as a purely musical device. .... Recording has the unsettling power to transform any kind of music, no matter how ...