Plakların tarihçesi (History of vinyl records – English subt.)

Plakların tarihçesi (History of vinyl records – English subt.)

August 7, 2019 0 By Kailee Schamberger


Hi everybody In this video I’m going to mention… …about the history of vinyl records and players In 1857 a French book publisher, Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville … …invented phonauto graph this device could only record sound however could not playback sound recording was on paper this was for scientific purposes in 1877 Edison developed phonograph… …which was recording sound on a tin roller and play back out of the roller Later on A. Graham Bell improved phonograph He used wax instead of tin and named the device graphophone In 1887 German-American inventor Emile Berliner… …developed gramophone main development was to replace roller with disc and the disc could be copied and was duplicable in 1895 gramophones were released to market and people started to listen music this can be considered as a revolution in history of music because the ones who can afford, could buy a gramophone and could listen to music at home on those days records were made of shellac let me show you a sample this was produced in 1940 J.S. Bach’s Partita in G main problem with shellac was: it could not be mould easily so it should be recorded and played at high speed this allows very short recordings an other issue for shelllac is: it’s highly fragile as you see it’s glass-like compound if it’s fell it can easily be broken later on mid 20th century electric motors, amplifiers and loudspeakers were improved and contemporary turntables arised and shellac records were replaced with vinyl records Right after Dual Company launched the stereo to the market, 60’s 70’s were golden era for vinyl records in 80’s cassetes were launched
and records fall out of favor 90’s was the beggining of digital era and CD’s are on the market this caused the vinyl records be forgotten in 21st century, as the internet become widespread, we can aeasily reach music on our computers and mobile phones and this seemed to be the beggining of an irreversible age. however it was not. in last 5 / 10 years vinyl records became popular again we are not sure if “Issız adam” (Alone) movie has an effect on this however vinyl records became popular all around the world vinyl fans has always been listening to it nonetheless vinyl records will stay with us for quite a while let me finish the video with a quote from Albert Schweitzer: There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats. hoping to see you on my following videos goodbye