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History of Audio engineering – Part2
1958 STEREO DISK
Commercial stereo disk recordings come on the scene.
1962 TIME CODE FORMAT
Standard for the time code format set by The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE).
1963 COMPACT CASSETTE
Philips introduces the Compact Cassette tape format, which was licensed worldwide.
1965 NOISE REDUCTION
Dolby Type A noise reduction system.
1972 DIGITAL TAPE
First recording on a digital tape by Denon.
Sony, Philipps and Hitachi create the CD, favorite support for music over the next 30 years.
1980 MULTITRACK RECORDERS
Multitrack digital recorders introduced by 3M, Mitsubishi, Sony and Studer.
1982 RECORDING EQUIPEMENT
Sony introduces the PCM-F1 starting the digital revolution in recording equipement.
1986 DIGITAL CONSOLES
First digital consoles appear.
1994 PROMIX 01
The first “affordable” digital multitrack console is the ProMix 01 by Yamaha.
1999 AUDIO DVD
Manufactures agree on Audio DVD Standard 1.0
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