And it never goes high up, or sharp, or squeaky, or scratchy, like some women's voices when they're mad, or fresh, or excited, till they remind me of a bum phonograph record
The message is recorded on phonograph record
- a 12-inch gold-plated copper disk called the Golden Record, and contains images and sounds that show the diversity of life and culture on Earth.
However, as Emil Brunner pointed out, when playing an old phonograph record
of a great voice like Caruso, replete with scratches, clicks and pops due to age and wear, only a fool listens to just the clicks and pops and misses hearing Caruso altogether.
Precision and time-saving have been achieved in numerous ways and we are now equipped to record simultaneously the four characteristics of sound with synchronized cameras and, at the same time, make a durable phonograph record
, all from the original rendition of music or speech in a single transmitter.
The message is carried on a 12-inch gold-plated copper disk phonograph record
containing sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth.
The phonograph record
, therefore, is eminently adapted for preservation in a library.
Edison, it turned out, had given us not only the electric lightbulb and the phonograph record
, but the eventual revelation of the latter's mendacity under the harsh glare of the former.
In commenting on the global, even inter-galactic significance of Bulgarian music, program director Antonov mentioned that a voice from the country was included on the gold-plated phonograph record
attached to Voyager launched 1977 as a means of introducing Earth to any alien the spacecraft might pass.
Each Voyager is carrying a gold-plated copper phonograph record
with analog images and sounds from Earth, along with a cartridge, needle and playing instructions.
My story about galactic rotation reports on new measurements of how quickly the sun orbits the galactic center, like a dot on a phonograph record
circling around and around as the record plays.
The disc jockey (DJ) movement came into its own after World War Two, when phonograph record
production spiraled upward.
Robert Coe wrote: "The mystery and fascination of just hearing a voice or a phonograph record
over the air was not enough to sustain audience interest .