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  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in …

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    Edison Diamond Disc Reproducer Restoration Manufacturer of the highly praised Markus-Maeder 'Figure6' Diaphragm The Figure6 diaphragm is the final word in sound …

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  • 1926 EDISON LONG PLAY DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH

    2010-12-12 · Edison's amazing new Long Playing Diamond Disc would hold 24 minutes for a 10' record, and 40 minutes on a 12' record. Still running at 80 rpm, the playing time of …

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  • 78 Record Restoration - Enhancedaudio.com

    2020-2-1 · After the record was invented by Thomas Edison in 1870, a new flatter format was sought to replace the cylinder recordings used by Edison. In 1900, 78 records …

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  • Disk Transcription - AuldWorks

    2006-4-16 · Acoustic era disks, as you might expect, varied a good deal; while the 10 inch disc was probably the most common, there were other diameters, including oversize discs …

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  • Edison gramophones - price guide and values

    An early Edison console model diamond disc Gramophone, with two reproducers long play and standard. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Date c. 1928 …

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  • Perfecting Sound Forever - US Macmillan

    2010-5-25 · Book Details. In 1915, Thomas Edison proclaimed that he could record a live performance and reproduce it perfectly, shocking audiences who found themselves unable to …

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  • Products - Diamond Cut

    2005-11-10 · Edison Diamond Disc Foxtrots. The most popular series of recordings from the Thomas Edison Company were the 'Diamond Disc' records. These vertically cut or …

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  • A study in mimicry : vaudeville sketch

    Edison: 5522-A-2-2 (matrix), 6031-A-5-2 (matrix); Diamond Disc no. on record sleeve: 50485. The 1st work consists primarily of vocal sound effects, including …

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  • History of the Cylinder Phonograph

    2021-9-11 · Edison conceded to this reality in 1913 when he announced the manufacture of the Edison Disc Phonograph. The Edison Company did not desert its faithful cylinder customers, however, and continued to make Blue Amberol cylinders until the demise of the company in 1929, although most from 1915 on were dubbed from the Diamond Discs.

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  • Edison Records Label

    The most striking feature of Edison Diamond Disc records is their thickness. Most of this thickness is due to the presence of a core of material, called a 'powder blank', consisting of a mixture of wood flour or china clay, phenol resin, denatured alcohol, soot and other chemicals (the recipe evolved over the course of time).

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  • [Review] Graham Slee Accession phono stage

    2020-8-17 · A Case Study: Edison Diamond Discs. Collectors of acoustic recordings widely, albeit not unanimously, consider Edison Diamond Discs, or 'Re-Creations,' to embody the pinnacle of recorded sound quality achieved during the acoustic era. For that and other reasons, I thought they would be fertile ground for testing the Accession.

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  • Products - Diamond Cut

    2005-11-10 · Edison Diamond Disc Foxtrots. The most popular series of recordings from the Thomas Edison Company were the 'Diamond Disc' records. These vertically cut or 'Hill and Dale' records were not compatible with other manufactures record players but Edison felt they had a superior sound which consumers would find more appealing than the competition.

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  • Recording Technology History - AES

    2017-11-3 · 1912 - Edison introduced celluloid blue Amberol cylinders that played for 4 minutes. When played with a diamond stylus, the new cylinder had low surface noise that resulted in higher acoustic quality than flat discs. 1913 - Edison finally conceded victory to the flat disc when he began to sell the Diamond-Disc players and recordings.

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  • Southern California Edison - SCE

    2021-9-8 · We're working every day to reduce wildfire threats and improve safety throughout Southern California by: Updating our grid with fire-resistant poles and other equipment. Taking preventative action through tree-trimming and other inspections. Watching conditions 24/7 in …

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  • Vinyl 101: How to Make a Vinyl Record » Furnace Record ...

    The idea was to reduce the bass and boost the treble content in the record groove. When you play the record, your phono preamp applies the opposite equalization, restoring the natural sound balance. This is just one of the unique techniques employed by an engineer mastering for vinyl.

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  • Audio Sound Recording Software. Download Free Recorder ...

    2021-9-1 · Award-winning audio recording software for recording sound on PC or Mac. Download free. Audio recorder programs to record mp3, music, voice, sound and audio.

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  • NoiseGator (Noise Gate) download

    2016-11-8 · NoiseGator is a light-weight noise gate application that routes audio through an audio input to an audio output. In real-time the audio level is analysed and if the average level is higher than the threshold the audio bypasses as normal. However, if the average level goes below the threshold, the gate closes and the audio is cut.

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  • How record players and gramophones work - Explain that Stuff

    2020-12-14 · How modern gadgets store musical sounds. Modern music players are essentially specialized computers that store sound as just another kind of information: they can store text files, videos, and photos in much the same way. If you have an MP3 player, such as an iPod, it stores your music on an internal hard-drive or flash memory (similar to the memories in USB sticks and …

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  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

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    Edison Diamond Disc Reproducer Restoration Manufacturer of the highly praised Markus-Maeder 'Figure6' Diaphragm The Figure6 diaphragm is the final word in sound quality and fidelity for the Edison Diamond Disc phonograph.

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  • 1926 EDISON LONG PLAY DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH

    2010-12-12 · Edison's amazing new Long Playing Diamond Disc would hold 24 minutes for a 10' record, and 40 minutes on a 12' record. Still running at 80 rpm, the playing time of these innovative records is comparable to a modern Vinyl LP. The idea was that people could sit down for dinner, wind up the Edison Phonograph, and enjoy uninterrupted pleasant ...

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  • 78 Record Restoration - Enhancedaudio.com

    2020-2-1 · After the record was invented by Thomas Edison in 1870, a new flatter format was sought to replace the cylinder recordings used by Edison. In 1900, 78 records arrived on the scene. These 10 inch records were easier to store and had very large grooves (much larger than both 45s and LPs).

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  • Disk Transcription - AuldWorks

    2006-4-16 · Acoustic era disks, as you might expect, varied a good deal; while the 10 inch disc was probably the most common, there were other diameters, including oversize discs of 14 inches or so. And disc thickness varied as well; Edison Diamond Disks are nearly 1/4 inch thick, several times the thickness of most other disks.

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  • Edison gramophones - price guide and values

    An early Edison console model diamond disc Gramophone, with two reproducers long play and standard. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Date c. 1928, …

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  • Perfecting Sound Forever - US Macmillan

    2010-5-25 · Book Details. In 1915, Thomas Edison proclaimed that he could record a live performance and reproduce it perfectly, shocking audiences who found themselves unable to tell whether what they were hearing was an Edison Diamond Disc or a flesh-and-blood musician. Today, the equation is …

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  • Products - Diamond Cut

    2005-11-10 · Edison Diamond Disc Foxtrots. The most popular series of recordings from the Thomas Edison Company were the 'Diamond Disc' records. These vertically cut or 'Hill and Dale' records were not compatible with other manufactures record players but Edison felt they had a superior sound which consumers would find more appealing than the competition.

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  • A study in mimicry : vaudeville sketch

    Edison: 5522-A-2-2 (matrix), 6031-A-5-2 (matrix); Diamond Disc no. on record sleeve: 50485. The 1st work consists primarily of vocal sound effects, including whistled bird sounds with piano acc.; 2nd work consists of a song followed by vocal sound effects. Orren and Drew (1st side) ; The Premier Quartet (2nd side). Coupling date: 6/19/1918--Cf. Wile, 1978. Engraved labels. Program notes and ...

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  • Southern California Edison - SCE

    2 days ago · Wildfire Safety. We're working every day to reduce wildfire threats and improve safety throughout Southern California by: Updating our grid with fire-resistant poles and other equipment. Taking preventative action through tree-trimming and other inspections. Watching conditions 24/7 in …

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  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
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    Edison Diamond Disc Reproducer Restoration Manufacturer of the highly praised Markus-Maeder 'Figure6' Diaphragm The Figure6 diaphragm is the final word in sound quality and fidelity for the Edison Diamond Disc phonograph.

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  • 1926 EDISON LONG PLAY DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH

    2010-12-12 · Edison's amazing new Long Playing Diamond Disc would hold 24 minutes for a 10' record, and 40 minutes on a 12' record. Still running at 80 rpm, the playing time of these innovative records is comparable to a modern Vinyl LP. The idea was that people could sit down for dinner, wind up the Edison Phonograph, and enjoy uninterrupted pleasant ...

    Get Price
  • 78 Record Restoration - Enhancedaudio.com

    2020-2-1 · After the record was invented by Thomas Edison in 1870, a new flatter format was sought to replace the cylinder recordings used by Edison. In 1900, 78 records arrived on the scene. These 10 inch records were easier to store and had very large grooves (much larger than both 45s and LPs).

    Get Price
  • Disk Transcription - AuldWorks

    2006-4-16 · Acoustic era disks, as you might expect, varied a good deal; while the 10 inch disc was probably the most common, there were other diameters, including oversize discs of 14 inches or so. And disc thickness varied as well; Edison Diamond Disks are nearly 1/4 inch thick, several times the thickness of most other disks.

    Get Price
  • Edison gramophones - price guide and values

    An early Edison console model diamond disc Gramophone, with two reproducers long play and standard. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Date c. 1928, …

    Get Price
  • Perfecting Sound Forever - US Macmillan

    2010-5-25 · Book Details. In 1915, Thomas Edison proclaimed that he could record a live performance and reproduce it perfectly, shocking audiences who found themselves unable to tell whether what they were hearing was an Edison Diamond Disc or a flesh-and-blood musician. Today, the equation is …

    Get Price
  • Products - Diamond Cut

    2005-11-10 · Edison Diamond Disc Foxtrots. The most popular series of recordings from the Thomas Edison Company were the 'Diamond Disc' records. These vertically cut or 'Hill and Dale' records were not compatible with other manufactures record players but Edison felt they had a superior sound which consumers would find more appealing than the competition.

    Get Price
  • A study in mimicry : vaudeville sketch

    Edison: 5522-A-2-2 (matrix), 6031-A-5-2 (matrix); Diamond Disc no. on record sleeve: 50485. The 1st work consists primarily of vocal sound effects, including whistled bird sounds with piano acc.; 2nd work consists of a song followed by vocal sound effects. Orren and Drew (1st side) ; The Premier Quartet (2nd side). Coupling date: 6/19/1918--Cf. Wile, 1978. Engraved labels. Program notes and ...

    Get Price
  • Southern California Edison - SCE

    2 days ago · Wildfire Safety. We're working every day to reduce wildfire threats and improve safety throughout Southern California by: Updating our grid with fire-resistant poles and other equipment. Taking preventative action through tree-trimming and other inspections. Watching conditions 24/7 in …

    Get Price
  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
  • Home

    Edison Diamond Disc Reproducer Restoration Manufacturer of the highly praised Markus-Maeder 'Figure6' Diaphragm The Figure6 diaphragm is the final word in sound quality and fidelity for the Edison Diamond Disc phonograph.

    Get Price
  • 1926 EDISON LONG PLAY DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH

    2010-12-12 · Edison's amazing new Long Playing Diamond Disc would hold 24 minutes for a 10' record, and 40 minutes on a 12' record. Still running at 80 rpm, the playing time of these innovative records is comparable to a modern Vinyl LP. The idea was that people could sit down for dinner, wind up the Edison Phonograph, and enjoy uninterrupted pleasant ...

    Get Price
  • 78 Record Restoration - Enhancedaudio.com

    2020-2-1 · After the record was invented by Thomas Edison in 1870, a new flatter format was sought to replace the cylinder recordings used by Edison. In 1900, 78 records arrived on the scene. These 10 inch records were easier to store and had very …

    Get Price
  • Disk Transcription - AuldWorks

    2006-4-16 · Acoustic era disks, as you might expect, varied a good deal; while the 10 inch disc was probably the most common, there were other diameters, including oversize discs of 14 inches or so. And disc thickness varied as well; Edison Diamond Disks are nearly 1/4 inch thick, several times the thickness of most other disks.

    Get Price
  • Edison gramophones - price guide and values

    An early Edison console model diamond disc Gramophone, with two reproducers long play and standard. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Dimensions 89 cm x 0 cm.

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  • Perfecting Sound Forever - US Macmillan

    2010-5-25 · Book Details. In 1915, Thomas Edison proclaimed that he could record a live performance and reproduce it perfectly, shocking audiences who found themselves unable to tell whether what they were hearing was an Edison Diamond Disc or a flesh-and-blood musician. Today, the equation is reversed.

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  • Products - Diamond Cut

    2005-11-10 · Edison Diamond Disc Foxtrots. The most popular series of recordings from the Thomas Edison Company were the 'Diamond Disc' records. These vertically cut or 'Hill and Dale' records were not compatible with other manufactures record players but Edison felt they had a superior sound which consumers would find more appealing than the competition.

    Get Price
  • A study in mimicry : vaudeville sketch

    Edison: 5522-A-2-2 (matrix), 6031-A-5-2 (matrix); Diamond Disc no. on record sleeve: 50485. The 1st work consists primarily of vocal sound effects, including whistled bird sounds with piano acc.; 2nd work consists of a song followed by vocal sound effects. Orren and Drew (1st side) ; The Premier Quartet (2nd side). Coupling date: 6/19/1918--Cf. Wile, 1978. Engraved labels. Program …

    Get Price
  • Southern California Edison - SCE

    2 days ago · Wildfire Safety. We're working every day to reduce wildfire threats and improve safety throughout Southern California by: Updating our grid with fire-resistant poles and other equipment. Taking preventative action through tree-trimming and other inspections. Watching conditions 24/7 in high fire risk areas.

    Get Price
  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
  • Home

    Edison Diamond Disc Reproducer Restoration Manufacturer of the highly praised Markus-Maeder 'Figure6' Diaphragm The Figure6 diaphragm is the final word in sound quality and fidelity for the Edison Diamond Disc phonograph.

    Get Price
  • 1926 EDISON LONG PLAY DIAMOND DISC PHONOGRAPH

    2010-12-12 · Edison's amazing new Long Playing Diamond Disc would hold 24 minutes for a 10' record, and 40 minutes on a 12' record. Still running at 80 rpm, the playing time of these innovative records is comparable to a modern Vinyl LP. The idea was that people could sit down for dinner, wind up the Edison Phonograph, and enjoy uninterrupted pleasant ...

    Get Price
  • 78 Record Restoration - Enhancedaudio.com

    2020-2-1 · After the record was invented by Thomas Edison in 1870, a new flatter format was sought to replace the cylinder recordings used by Edison. In 1900, 78 records arrived on the scene. These 10 inch records were easier to store and had very large grooves (much larger than both 45s and LPs).

    Get Price
  • Disk Transcription - AuldWorks

    2006-4-16 · Acoustic era disks, as you might expect, varied a good deal; while the 10 inch disc was probably the most common, there were other diameters, including oversize discs of 14 inches or so. And disc thickness varied as well; Edison Diamond Disks are nearly 1/4 inch thick, several times the thickness of most other disks.

    Get Price
  • Edison gramophones - price guide and values

    An early Edison console model diamond disc Gramophone, with two reproducers long play and standard. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Date c. 1928, …

    Get Price
  • Perfecting Sound Forever - US Macmillan

    2010-5-25 · Book Details. In 1915, Thomas Edison proclaimed that he could record a live performance and reproduce it perfectly, shocking audiences who found themselves unable to tell whether what they were hearing was an Edison Diamond Disc or a flesh-and-blood musician. Today, the equation is …

    Get Price
  • Products - Diamond Cut

    2005-11-10 · Edison Diamond Disc Foxtrots. The most popular series of recordings from the Thomas Edison Company were the 'Diamond Disc' records. These vertically cut or 'Hill and Dale' records were not compatible with other manufactures record players but Edison felt they had a superior sound which consumers would find more appealing than the competition.

    Get Price
  • A study in mimicry : vaudeville sketch

    Edison: 5522-A-2-2 (matrix), 6031-A-5-2 (matrix); Diamond Disc no. on record sleeve: 50485. The 1st work consists primarily of vocal sound effects, including whistled bird sounds with piano acc.; 2nd work consists of a song followed by vocal sound effects. Orren and Drew (1st side) ; The Premier Quartet (2nd side). Coupling date: 6/19/1918--Cf. Wile, 1978. Engraved labels. Program notes and ...

    Get Price
  • Southern California Edison - SCE

    2 days ago · Wildfire Safety. We're working every day to reduce wildfire threats and improve safety throughout Southern California by: Updating our grid with fire-resistant poles and other equipment. Taking preventative action through tree-trimming and other inspections. Watching conditions 24/7 in …

    Get Price