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The First Days of Noise

September 3, 2011 | Documentary | no comments

In this episode of ‘Mind Labs’, we take a listen to the early days of sound recording. Highlighting some of the very first recordings made. Featuring pioneering work by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville, Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell.

It’s a fascinating journey into the beginning of a technology which these days, we take for granted. The fact that you can hear us via a computer on your desktop is because of experiments that first began in 1860…

Experiments that began with; ‘The First Days of Noise’…

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Credits: Presented by Roderick Shearer. Produced and edited by Peter Beeston
Featuring music from the soundtrack The Corporation by Leonard J. Paul.

This work is released under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported license

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