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CDs (compact discs) were first introduced around 1980, with some prototypes being revealed earlier.
By the mid-'60s, multi-track recording had become increasingly popular.
Robert Moog introduced the first commercially available synthesizers in the 1960s.
Sampling copyrighted music by manipulating tape recorders goes back as far as 1961, however computers were not used until much later.
LP, or vinyl records were introduced by Columbia Records, capable of holding up to 25 minutes of music per side.
Tape record was invented during the 1940s, making it much cheaper to record music.
Alan Dower Blumlein invented the binaural recording (or stereo sound) in 1931.
Marconi was awarded the British patent in this year, and has been long credited with the invention of the radio.
Emile Berliner filed a patent for a 'Gramophone' which used a disc rather than a cylinder.
Wax cylinders invented to be used on phonographs instead of tin foil
First recording made by Thomas Edison on a phonograph (Mary Had a Little Lamb)
The first ever synthesizer was invented in 1876 by Elisha Gray.