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Let Us Talk about Gramophone Records

Gramophone or phonograph, the term for the record player, begins to capture the music world in the 1870s. In 1877, Thomas Edison was said to have invented the phonograph or gramophone. But it was the previous work of Edouard Leon Scott de Martinville, who created the device in 1857 called the phonautograph, that the research of phonograph can be traced back to its first research. Later on, the invention of Edison was improved by the inventor of the telephone Alexander Graham Bell, which later on led the invention by Emile Berliner of the first proper gramophone.

There were thousands of improvements that were said to have innovated on the gramophone from 1880 to 1980. The phonograph or gramophone was then commercially accepted in the music industry in the late 19th century. With the invention of this record player, there was a change in the …