A very popular consumer item was the phonograph. It was first invented in 1877 but it was so expensive it took a while for the homes in america to get ahold of it , by the time of the 1920’s 7 million homes had their hands on one but they were still pretty expensive. The phonograph was a music recorder and to the people of america it was important because that's where most of their music came from either that other radio. It was referred to by many names like “talking machine” or “music machines” or its proper word “phonograph”. The most popular phonograph was called the “victor victrola”. Its inventors were Thomas Edison, Emile Berliner,Eldridge R. Johnson. The newer version of the phonograph that was produced in the 1920’s didn’t have
Some believe that about 30,000 to 60,000 years ago, music was first discovered. The love of a song back then could only be heard live or if you learned to play it yourself. Since then, there have been many inventions for you to listen to your favorite genres, songs, and artists anytime you like.
Music was everywhere, it became so normal to have music playing throughout the night and in the air all day long, people could have the same favorite song. One of the first notable stations was called KDKA, it was a commercial station (“Radio Fever”1 ). The science advancements made this new technology possible, light waves were similar to radio waves, but the wavelengths millions times longer. It worked by electrons moving through a wire to create a magnetic field then the electrons start to move, creating an electric field, the second wire would pick up the signal and is detected and then broadcasted. The radio made an impact on how people listened, shared thoughts and brought science and intelligence to a new level
With the convenience of a radio, it was no longer necessary to leave the house when pondering upon the score of the local baseball game. Music also became a hit during the 20s. During this time period, people started becoming dubbed as “famous,” or in other words, universally known. In the sense of communication, the radio
People were able to purchase records that could be played on a phonograph, but not every household was able to own one. Today, music is primarily bought on electronic devices. People have much easier access to music; they can instantly download and listen to music within minutes. In contrast, in the 1890s, people would have to leave their home and buy music in a store, and return home to listen to it.
The radio when it was invented by Guglielmo Marconi in 1913 people were unsure of it until it makes a bigger impact in the 1920s it became an American pastime, it majorly helped the rapid growth women getting out of their normal work roles, bringing music sports and politics into the home lives of many Americans, and the brining of many new radio stations.
Music has been widely popular throughout America since the nation’s creation, but ever since the 1920’s, it has become a daily part of our culture. Over the decades, new genres have been created, each as equally popular. Some examples would be jazz, blues, many kinds of rock, surf music, folk, soul, country, funk, disco, electronic, and hip-hop. Without music, today’s world would be very different. That’s why it’s safe to say that music has heavily influenced American society over the years.
Music it’s always changing and evolving and it has also been around forever during the last 150 years we have seen many changes. Thinking about in the past before the only way to listen to music was only trough event or concert so it was quite difficult to experience to listen to music at home until recording disc and vinyl got created Back in the past we used to have Cassette Tapes which were use a lots in car. After that we had Cd’s album which you can still get in the shop but they are not that common like they used be before and then form there we converted to Mp3’s which is a different way to get music and that’s is from the internet. Followed by that they created music streaming services which made a big impact on how to listen
Oral History Sound Recording was one of the first entertainment programs implemented to the public in the 1950-1960’s. Before there was sound recording people only listened to the radio. The radio played live music, shows and stories. This wave of entertainment was done through radio. Radio gave most individuals in this time a connection to many artist and actors across the world.
“In 1913, Edwin Armstrong invented a special circuit that made long-range radio transmission of voice and music practical” (American). This technological advancement made it convenient to use the radio as means of delivering the news. Whether you lived in a rural countryside or in a packed city, you were able to get the news. Able to broadcast weather reports, sports news, and entertainment to thousands of Americans, the radio proved to be an invaluable resource.
The LP sold well during the fifties, mostly to fans of high fidelity music who wanted longer cuts, like jazz or classical records. Starting in 1956, FM radio and 33 1/3 RPM LP’s would move into stereo sound, where there would be two separate coordinated channels of music. When music was not the predominant programming, then sound quality was not as important to audiences, but as music came to rule the airwaves, FM radio drew in new listeners because of its high-fidelity sound
Music has played a vital role in human culture and evidence based on archaeological sites can date it back to prehistoric times. It can be traced through almost all civilizations in one form or another. As time has progressed so has the music and the influences it has on people. Music is an important part of popular culture throughout the world, but it is especially popular in the United States. The music industry here is, and has been, a multi-million dollar business that continues to play an important role in American popular culture. This is also a art form and business that is forever changing as the times and more importantly, technology changes. Technology has changed the way music is made as well as how it is produced,
phonograph in 1877, people have felt the need to create and record music. People have different