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March 5, 2013

SOUND REPRODUCTION: BACK TO SQUARE ONE

by yourewelcomeca

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Vinyl is killing the MP3 industry. Unknown author

This is the story of the evolution of sound reproductionImage

Turntable System. This was the most pure form of music reproduction

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Radio. In the early 20th Century, the wireless transmission of

“Amplitude Modulation” or AM came to life.

Some broadcasters started to play vinyl records

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Covers. Album covers became the band artistic expression

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Along came the tape player. Combining magnetic reproduction

with a radio frequency option

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Size. Easy to storage and convenient to carry. That lead

to inventions like Walkman

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Love for tapes. Gen Y’ers found a special connection

with this form of music reproduction

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Laser needle. Compact disc digital audio players replaced the stylus

for a laser beam, resulting in a crisp and clear sound

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Prisma. Astonishing colours bringing good memories

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MP3 players. When everyone thought no one could top the CD quality,

the MPGE audio layer 3 was created

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They came in every colour, in every shape….

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In every size. Ipod Nano

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Back to square one.The most pure and organic way to listen to music

is through an analog recording. e.g. A vinyl record. Digital recording

doesn’t capture the complete sound wave.

Learn more http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/question487.htm

Peace,

Photography: Daniela Amazing13trece

Captions: Yourewelcome.ca

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