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West Germany

Germany , in 1982 by Ralf Dörper (a member of the German industrial (industrial music) band Die Krupps). As a trio, with artist Andreas Thein and vocalist Susanne Freytag, they made initial recordings in Germany which were deemed for future release in UK, where Ralf Dörper's early experimental recordings had met critical acclaim. With the inclusion of classically trained musician and composer Michael Mertens (Michael Mertens (musician)) and singer Claudia Brücken (who had worked


Hollywood

'' by Paul Dukas. Disney met conductor Leopold Stokowski in late 1937 at Chasen's, a noted Hollywood restaurant, and Stokowski agreed to conduct the piece at no cost. Stokowski was an enthusiast for new and improved methods of sound reproduction and had already participated in experimental stereophonic sound recordings in 1931 and 1932,

Recordings of Bell Laboratories url http: www.stokowski.org Harvey%20Fletcher%20Bell%20Labs%20Recordings.htm publisher stokowski.org accessdate 13 November 2010 and a live, long distance demonstration of multi-channel sound a year later. Legacy The life of Miguel Piñero was portrayed in the Hollywood production ''Piñero'', directed by Leon Ichaso and starring Benjamin Bratt as Piñero. In the film, Piñero's love life is displayed, ranging from his interactions


Philadelphia

Stokowski . Leopold Stokowski, Dr. Harvey Fletcher, and the Bell Laboratories Experimental Recordings, stokowski.org. Retrieved 2012-03-01. In 1933, stereo signals (Stereophonic sound) were transmitted live from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. In 1937, the vocoder, the first electronic speech synthesizer was invented and demonstrated by Homer Dudley. Bell researcher Clinton


Washington, D.C.

of the galaxy. In 1931 and 1932, experimental high fidelity, long playing, and even stereophonic recordings were made by the labs of the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Leopold Stokowski. Leopold Stokowski, Dr. Harvey Fletcher, and the Bell Laboratories Experimental Recordings, stokowski.org. Retrieved 2012-03-01. In 1933, stereo signals (Stereophonic sound) were transmitted live from


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