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A Soundwave Ring is a unique personal expression of you. You can record your wedding vows to create wedding rings, engrave a special voice print from a loved

History of sound recording - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

reel of ¼" recording tape, typical of audiophile, consumer and educational use in the

The Voyager Golden Records are phonograph records which were included aboard both Voyager spacecraft, which were launched in 1977. They contain sounds and images selected to portray the life and culture on Earth, and are intended for any intelligent extraterrestrial life form, or for future humans, who may find them. Voyager 1 will be within 1.6 light years of the star AC+79 3888 in the Ophiuchus constellation in about 40,000 years.

Voyager Golden Record - The Voyager golden record is the stuff of legend. Created by a team headed by Carl Sagan, the Voyager golden record is a message to aliens, complete with Chuck Berry.

Chatty Cathy was made by Mattel from 1959 to 1965. She was 1st released in stores and appeared in TV ads beginning in 1960. Chatty Cathy spoke 1 of 11 phrases at random when the "chatty ring" in her upper back was pulled. The ring was attached to a string connected to a simple phonograph record in the doll's tummy. The record was driven by a metal coil wound by pulling the toy's string. This was one of the uses Edison had listed when he had released the phonograph.

chatty cathy doll - I still have mine! And Baby Chatty Cathy too :D

The Music-playing beer bottle inspired by Edison's cylinder phonograph By Jonathan Fincher June 13, 2013 The Beck's Edison Bottle by Shine Limited. The playable beer. It appears as if the development of the phonograph has made its way back to the beginning-The cylinder. The fascination with Edison's design still exists today and is being applied to beer bottles as a way for musicians to share their music with each other in a different way. It's fragile and inefficient, but amazing just the…

Beck’s NZ created the Edison Bottle, the first playable beer, which can be played on a device based on Thomas Edison’s phonograph. The bottle features Auckland band Ghost Wave’s song ‘Here She Comes’ inscribed directly onto its surface.