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November 21, 2011

CEDECEDE ACECACEC CEDBCEDB GGG GGG GGG

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Answer:
Phonautograph, the earliest known device to record sound invented by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville.
The audio clip is a phonautogram by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville and is the oldest known intelligible recording of the human voice.
– mankuTimma

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18 Responses to “CEDECEDE ACECACEC CEDBCEDB GGG GGG GGG”

  1. finkle

    Thomas Edison’s Phonograph, the audio clip is probably recorded with one?!


  2. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Phonautograph invented by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville

    One phonautogram, created on April 9, 1860, was revealed to be a 20-second recording of the French folk song “Au clair de la lune”. While it was initially believed to be the voice of a woman or adolescent, further research in 2009 suggested the playback speed had been too high and that it was actually the voice of Scott himself, singing the song very slowly!


  3. Rahulk
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    (1) An early phonautograph of 1859 where the barrel is made of Plaster of Paris.

    (2) This 1860 phonautogram by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville of the song Au Clair de la Lune is the oldest recognizable recording of the human voice, presumably that of its creator.


  4. Amarendra Kumar
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    phonautograph and first recorded sound


  5. jowens
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    “Au Clair de la Lune”, recorded in 1860 on a phonautograph


  6. Rogi
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    it’s a phonoautograph and the sound is the earliest known recording of the human voice (if you don’t count pottery recordings) by the inventor, Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville.


  7. Its the phonautograph, the earliset known device use to record sound. And the sound clip, is the earliest recording of human sound.


  8. badideabear
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    The picture is a phonautograph. This is the first sound ever recorded by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville’s phonautograph in 1860. The sound clip is a phonautogram of a woman singing “Au Clair de la Lune” – the oldest known recording of the human voice.

    Sounds pretty creepy, by the way.


  9. rickde
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    Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville’s phonautograph

    THe audio is the reproduction at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory


  10. phonoautogram
    recording of Au Clair de la Lune


  11. Bharath
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    Phonoautogram invented by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville
    The audio clip is the earliest known recording of sound by one of Scott’s phonoautogram


  12. Manish Achuth
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    Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville’s Phonautogram.
    Audio – Earliest known audio recording of Au Clair de la Lune.


  13. Phonoautogram/ Phoneautograph

    The 10-second recording of a singer crooning the folk song “Au Clair de la Lune”. First recorded sound


  14. the phonautograph
    and thats the oldest recording of the human voice which ahs survived
    the Au clair de la lune


  15. shrik
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    The phonautograph and the first sound recorded on it, a redition of “Au Clair de la Lune”.


  16. mankuTimma
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    Phonautograph, the earliest known device to record sound invented by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville.
    The audio clip is a phonautogram by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville and is the oldest known intelligible recording of the human voice.


  17. KK
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    phonautograph
    Audio is world’s first audio recorded in phonautogram


  18. Ananth
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    Phonautograph and the oldest known recording of intelligible human voice.


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