The Electrical Era (1925 - 1945)
Two engineers teaching sound recording discs on a Vitaphone; an early recording mechanism that was used for the synchronization of sound and film.
An engineer at Western Electric using an electromechanical disk cutter to put together a master recording.
Invented in 1931, the Blattnerphone was the first mechanism to record audio on thin magnetic steel tape.
Employees at a radio station in Sweden gathered around a Magnetophon K4, the reel-to-reel recording system that significantly reduced tape-hiss on recordings (1940).
Middle class cocaine users are a big problem in the drug trade, says police leader
Simon Kempton of Police Federation also claims prohibition hasn't worked
It cost $85,000 to change the artwork for the Kanye-produced Pusha T album
A harrowing image of Whitney Houston's bathroom fronts 'DAYTONA'