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The Kinetophone, developed By Thomas Edison, was a combination of the Kinetoscope and the phonograph to create the first recordings with sound.
 
The Kinetophone, developed By Thomas Edison, was a combination of the Kinetoscope and the phonograph to create the first recordings with sound.
 
Though many samples have been found, only two of them have the audio found and repaired, due to the rarity of the wax cylinders used to record the sound on. You can find the footage below.
 
Though many samples have been found, only two of them have the audio found and repaired, due to the rarity of the wax cylinders used to record the sound on. You can find the footage below.
 
 
 
  
  

Revision as of 20:28, 5 March 2016

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The Kinetophone, developed By Thomas Edison, was a combination of the Kinetoscope and the phonograph to create the first recordings with sound. Though many samples have been found, only two of them have the audio found and repaired, due to the rarity of the wax cylinders used to record the sound on. You can find the footage below.


Footage Without Sound [From 1894-1895]

https://www.youtube.com/embed/WmZ4VPmhAkw


One of them with sound found [From 1894-1895]

https://www.youtube.com/embed/f-0L6OYCbB8


The other one with sound found [From 1912]

https://www.youtube.com/embed/uRqQhUQTaUc