Science in the City
A Record of the Moment (Clip)
A Record of the Moment (Clip)
Date: February 23, 2012
Running Time: 00:05:09
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In this age of iPods and MP3s, the vinyl record (still) stands as an object of curiosity and ongoing admiration. What’s the real difference between a 78 and a 45? Why do they call it “cutting a record” when an album is recorded? Music enthusiast Wade Wright of San Francisco takes us back in time to explain the history and technology of vinyl records.
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