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Electrical recording and reproducing. In recording for the Edison phonograph
and its immediate successors, acoustical methods were employed. Sound was
collected and applied without amplification to actuate the diaphragm of the ...
Generally, 1,200 feet (370 metres) are wound on a seven- inch (18-centimetre)
reel to provide about 30 minutes of recording time when played at a standard
speed of IVi inches (19 centimetres) per second. Thin tape allows more tape to
(H.F.O.) BIBLIOGRAPHY. h.f. olson, Modern Sound Reproduction (1972); and
john eargle, Sound Recording, 2nd ed. (1980), are surveys of modern
developments in the industry. The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and
Technology, 5th ...
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