Century Old Visions: Sound and Vision

Around the same time that photography was revolutionizing the way we see ourselves, sound recording was doing the same for our ears. They say that Abraham Lincoln had a squeaky voice that might have made him unelectable.  We’ll never know.   On April 9th, 1860, in Paris, Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville made the earliest recordingContinue reading “Century Old Visions: Sound and Vision”