MDSA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Public Address System, Ron Eglash, Jonathan Stern

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It marks a turning point in the course because we"re coming into a more familiar era. Sound recording goes back to 1877 when thomas edison demonstrated the phonograph in his new york city office. It"s a big part of the media studies landscape. The phonograph had a horn, a cylinder made out of wax or tin. As the cylinder turned, it made a sound. Thomas edison accomplished making the tin wax cylinders and was able to record sounds on it. The end of the history sound recording was the beginning of the digital era and digital files. Sound recording is connected to the history of popular music. Jonathan stern"s (3rd reading) research on early sound recording technology reminds us that every technology is subject to particular historical forces that shapes its development. This can take us back to thinking about the idea of technological determinism. (jonathan.

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