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Scratching
Scratching was developed by early hip hop DJs from New York such as Grand Wizard Theodore, who describes scratching as, "nothing but the back-cueing that you hear in your ear before you push it out t ...
2014-12-14 17:33
Gramophone record
The phonautograph, patented by Léon Scott in 1857, used a vibrating diaphragm and stylus to graphically record sound waves as tracings on sheets of paper, purely for visual analysis and without any i ...
2014-12-14 17:29
DJ
There are several types of disc jockey. Radio DJs or radio personalities introduce and play music that is broadcast on AM, FM, shortwave, digital or internet radio stations. Club DJs select and play m ...
2014-12-14 17:26
Sound recording and reproduction
Long before sound was being recorded, music was being recorded, first by means of written notation, then also in forms that made it possible for the music to be played automatically by a mechanical de ...
2014-12-14 17:24
Music video
In 1894, sheet music publishers Edward B. Marks and Joe Stern hired electrician George Thomas and various performers to promote sales of their song "The Little Lost Child". Using a magic lantern, Thom ...
2014-12-14 17:22
Music on demand
TIME Magazine, 12 April 1993, Coming to Your TV Screen: The Info Highway"I Changed the World" Apple Computer Contest, Spring, 1992, Cupertino, CAEisenmann, Thomas R., Spring, 2000, The U.S. Cable Tele ...
2014-12-14 17:20
Berne Convention
The Berne Convention requires its signatories to recognize the copyright of works of authors from other signatory countries (known as members of the Berne Union) in the same way as it recognizes the c ...
2014-12-14 17:19
AHRA
By the late 1980s, several manufacturers were prepared to introduce read/write digital audio formats to the United States. These new formats were a significant improvement over the newly introduced re ...
2014-12-14 17:18
Pittsburgh Press
In 1924, the Press was acquired by the Scripps-Howard Syndicate. During the 1960s, it entered into a Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) with the competing Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Post-Gazette had pr ...
2014-12-14 17:16
AFM/AFofM
The American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada (AFM/AFofM) is a labor union representing professional musicians in the United States and Canada. The AFM, which has its headquarte ...
2014-12-14 17:15
Theatre organ
Many organ builders supplied instruments to theatres. The Rudolph Wurlitzer company, to whom Robert Hope-Jones licensed his name and patents, was the most prolific and well-known manufacturer (2,234 w ...
2014-12-14 17:14
Pianist
Modern classical pianists dedicate their careers to performing, recording, teaching, researching as well as learning new works/expanding their repertoire. They generally do not write or transcribe mus ...
2014-12-14 17:13
Rhapsody in Blue
After the success of an experimental classical-jazz concert held with French-Canadian singer Eva Gauthier at Aeolian Hall (New York) on 1 November 1923, band leader Paul Whiteman decided to attempt so ...
2014-12-13 21:27
George Gershwin
Gershwin came from Russian and Lithuanian Jewish heritage. His grandfather, Jakov Gershowitz, had served for 25 years as a mechanic for the Imperial Russian Army to earn the right of free travel and r ...
2014-12-13 21:25
Popular music from West Germany
The US military radio station American Forces Network (AFN) had a great impact on German postwar culture, starting with AFN Munich in July 1945, which was formative for the further development of Germ ...
2014-12-13 21:11

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