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    • Evolution of Music Players By: Kelsey Ellis Extra Credit Power point
    • Phonograph 
        • 1877 Thomas Edison invents the phonograph
        • The first medium for recording and playing back sound
        • It used cylinders instead of discs 
        • 1887 Emily Berliner invents the gramophone, the first flat record player 
        • The first records were made of glass, later zinc, and eventually plastic
        • Over time disc recording became more popular than cylinder recording
      Gramophone
    • Wire Recording
        • The wire record was invented in 1898 by Valdimar Poulsen
        •   A wire record crimped a wire that coiled around a spoil and it was the crimps in the wire that produced the audio.
    • German Magnetic Tape Recorders
        • 1934 Joesph Begun built the worlds first tape recorder
        •   Developed in Germany, based on wire recording
    • Large-Hole 45rpm Records
        • 1949 The Victor company introduces the large-hole 45rpm record
        •   The disc's used could hold as much sound as the 12" 78rpm
        • They were also smaller and more attractive
    • Cassette Players & Tapes
        • 1963 Phillips develops the compact stereo tape cassettes and players
        • During the 1970's, 80's and 90's the cassette player was the most dominate forms of music playback available.
        • A cassette tape could hold from 30 to 100 min of music on it. 
    • Cd Player's Portable Cd player-- Two different kinds of Cd players--
    • Cd's 
        • 1982 the first Cd is released in Japan, it was Billy Joel's "52nd Street"
        • 1983 Cd's are released in the United States
        • 1999 recordable CD-R discs become available 
    • Mp3 Players
        • 1998 first mp3 player came out
        • Plays radio
        • Download music to it
        • Download pictures to it
    • Ipod, Iphone, Etc.
        • 2001 Apple came out with the first ipod 
        • And Apple continues to come out with more advanced technology
    • The End
      • Technology is going to continue to improve and seeing how music players have evloved over time, I can't want to see what is to come next.