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~Table of Contents~  The Record Player  The Cassette Tape  The CD  The Walkman  MP3 Format  iTunes  VOCALOID Keyboard  iPod  Absurd Invention.

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3 ~Table of Contents~  The Record Player  The Cassette Tape  The CD  The Walkman  MP3 Format  iTunes  VOCALOID Keyboard  iPod  Absurd Invention  Bibliography (Hehehe I love Deadmau5.)

4 (Before you ask, yes, this is a MLP record I found.)

5 The Record Player  Emile Berliner continued Thomas Edison’s work on the phonograph.  Replaced the cylinder that holds the recording with a hard rubber disk.  The rubber was later replaced with shellac.  You turned the crank to produce the sound.  Eldridge Johnson modified the design so it would fit better in a home.  The design kept changing.  The most modern design is now called a turntable. It is most commonly used by DJs.

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7 The Cassette Tape  Mainly sold during the 1970’s and 1990’s.  Replaced with the CD.  Got its name from the French word Cassette. It means “Little box.”  The cassette tape made it easier and cheaper to record yourself at home.

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9 The CD  The CD replaced the cassette tape.  Phillips and Sony made the first CDs and CD players.  They started working on creating an “optical audio disk” In  Many companies started working on them but Sony was the first to show theirs off in an audio fair.

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11 The Walkman GGot its name from Sony. IIt started out as a portable tape player in the 60s. TThe original offered two headphone jacks for two listeners. IIn later models, they started adding AM/FM receivers. SSony got sued multiple times because one man claimed to have had the idea before Sony.

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13 MP3 Format AA German engineering company invented the MP3 format. KKarlheinz Brandenburg is often called the “Father of MP3” TThey almost gave up the project in 1991 but then fixed the bug once they found it. MMP3 stands for MPEG Audio Layer 3. MMPEG is an acronym for Motion Pictures Experts Group.

14 (I bet he’s excited to get 100 free songs.)

15 iTunes  First launched April 8,  Windows version launched October,  At first it was only available in the U.S.  Sold 70 million songs in the first year.  The most famous legal music downloading website.

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17 VOCALOID Keyboard  It is a Japanese invention used by professional music makers.  Made by Yamaha.  It is a way to use voice synthesizer software.  Currently only optimized for Japanese users.  Yamaha isn’t currently planning on making it available to the market.  The sound chip, however, may be available for those whom may find it helpful.

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19 iPod  The first iPod was introduced in  The second generation was released in This time Windows compatible.  The first version of the iPod Nano and Shuffle were released on  Once iTunes started selling videos, the iPods then gained the ability to play video.  The first iPod Touch was introduced in 2007.

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21 Dance Fever  You hook the belt up with a partner and use it to dance.  It comes with Flashing lights.  Made in the 1970’s

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23 Bibliography~  Meredith, Bower. How Record Players Work. April 23, player2.htmhttp://electronics.howstuffworks.com/record- player2.htm  Bellis, Mary. The History of MP3. April 23, htm htm  Group Picture ~Red-Flare. [Online Image] Available April 23, 2013 (This is hand drawn!) April 23

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