Music And Electronics Aid One Another

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Music and electronics aid one another. In one way a person can capture music they love through technology and electronic companies flourish due to the sale and popularity of these electronic devices. If a person wants to hear music they will turn on a stereo or TV, choose a CD or DVD to play, or listen to a songs downloaded in ITunes. All of these devices use electronics to record, play, and change the way music is heard. A look through history will show how far society has come in music alone. The development of technology has changed the way the music industry operates and the way society hears and buys music today. Society started off humming, then singing. People sang in church choirs, in the living room on the stage. Music can be…show more content…
Poor blacks could also afford the phonograph, and in their minds it was a way to try and achieve equalities among whites by listening and learning their culture. Repeatability was believed to serve two main functions: to single out the good music versus the bad and to help listeners to appreciate the art of the classics. Due to the fact that recording music had a maximum of three to four minutes, Musicians had to drastically cut the time of their music to make more money. The phonograph was later called a gramophone and then it was known as the wax cylinder. The phonograph went out of “style” when the FM radio was invented and spread throughout American homes. In 1933, what thought to be just a dream, becomes a reality. Edwin Armstrong invented the FM radio, the first system to ever broadcast wirelessly was produced. The radio made music affordable for the consumer, because who would say free music is expensive to listen to. It was also portable as long as a person had a source of electric power, and it was repeatable because the stations got to choose what they believed the best songs were. Later on there were the cassette tape, then compact discs (CDs), and technology kept progressed wonderfully. The biggest invention that changed the way music was listened to even more is in 1990, when Karlheinz Brandenburg invented the Mp3. At some point in the late '90s, MP3 was technically the best system out
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