25 Audio Innovations That Changed The (Pro Audio) World

Petersen, George
October 2004
Mix;Oct2004 Supplement, Vol. 28, p22
Focuses on certain individuals who made important contributions to the audio equipment industry. Usability the instrument invented by Thomas Edison; Design of the flat-disc Gramophone, developed by Emile Berliner; Title of the theory formulated by Harry Nyquist.


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