MOBI The Art of SoundA Visual History for Audiophiles Epub è vivefutbol.co

Included in Electronic Sound magazine s Books of the Year Round UpThis spectacular volume is a compendium of beautiful recording and playback euipment and at the same time an engaging comprehensive history of sound recording Organized chronologically it showcases specially commissioned photography of the beautiful iconic and rarely seen objects contained within the diverse collections of the EMI Archive Trust Recording euipment playback devices catalogues artist files records master tapes radios and televisions are all here accompanied by detailed specifications and intriguing archival photographs Interspersed with the timeline and images are in depth articles that tell the complete stories of the pioneering advances in the evolution of sound technology from the invention of the Gramophone method to the development of electronic signal amplifiers and from the arrival of magnetic tape recording to the advent of CDs and the dawn of the digital age It is sure to prove irresistible to music geeks and design lovers alikeTable of Contents1 First WaveAcoustic Era from 1877 to 1924 2 Second WaveElectrical Era 1925 to 1945 3 Third WaveMagnetic era from 1946 to 1974 4 Fourth WaveDigital era from 1975 to present OutroIncluded in Electronic Sound magazine s Books of the Year Round UpThis spectacular volume is a compendium of beautiful recording and playback euipment and at the same time an engaging comprehensive history of sound recording Organized chronologically it showcases specially commissioned photography of the beautiful iconic and rarely seen objects contained within the diverse collections of the EMI Archive Trust Recording euipment playback devices catalogues artist files records master tapes radios and televisions are all here accompanied by detailed specifications and intriguing archival photographs Interspersed with the timeline and images are in depth articles that tell the complete stories of the pioneering advances in the evolution of sound technology from the invention of the Gramophone method to the development of electronic signal amplifiers and from the arrival of magnetic tape recording to the advent of CDs and the dawn of the digital age It is sure to prove irresistible to music geeks and design lovers alikeTable of Contents1 First WaveAcoustic Era from 1877 to 1924 2 Second WaveElectrical Era 1925 to 1945 3 Third WaveMagnetic era from 1946 to 1974 4 Fourth WaveDigital era from 1975 to present OutroIncluded in Electronic Sound magazine s Books of the Year Round UpThis spectacular volume is a compendium of beautiful recording and playback euipment and at the same time an engaging comprehensive history of sound recording Organized chronologically it showcases specially commissioned photography of the beautiful iconic and rarely seen objects contained within the diverse collections of the EMI Archive Trust Recording euipment playback devices catalogues artist files records master tapes radios and televisions are all here accompanied by detailed specifications and intriguing archival photographs Interspersed with the timeline and images are in depth articles that tell the complete stories of the pioneering advances in the evolution of sound technology from the invention of the Gramophone method to the development of electronic signal amplifiers and from the arrival of magnetic tape recording to the advent of CDs and the dawn of the digital age It is sure to prove irresistible to music geeks and design lovers alikeTable of Contents1 First WaveAcoustic Era from 1877 to 1924 2 Second WaveElectrical Era 1925 to 1945 3 Third WaveMagnetic era from 1946 to 1974 4 Fourth WaveDigital era from 1975 to present Outro