Phonography

[album] Phonography was the 1976 debut 12" vinyl record album by outsider musician and one-man band R. Stevie Moore. The album was originally privately pressed in a limited edition of 100 copies on the artist`s private Vital Records "label" in Nashville Tennessee. It contains Moore`s earliest songs and sound experiments, all recorded on 1/4
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Phonography

Pho·nog'ra·phy noun [ Phono- + -graphy .] 1. A description of the laws of the human voice, or sounds uttered by the organs of speech. 2. A representation of sounds by distinctive characters; commonly, a system of shorthand writing invented by Isaac Pitman, or a modificat
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phonography

1. A description of the laws of the human voice, or sounds uttered by the organs of speech. ... 2. A representation of sounds by distinctive characters; commonly, a system of shorthand writing invented by Isaac Pitman, or a modification of his system, much used by reporters. ... The consonants are represented by straight lines and curves; the vowel
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Phonography

• (n.) The art of constructing, or using, the phonograph. • (n.) A description of the laws of the human voice, or sounds uttered by the organs of speech. • (n.) A representation of sounds by distinctive characters; commonly, a system of shorthand writing invented by Isaac Pitman, or a modification of his system, much used by reporter
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phonography

phonography, phonograph 1. The art or practice of writing according to sound, or so as to represent the actual pronunciation; phonetic spelling. 2. The system of phonetic shorthand invented by Isaac Pitman in 1837: so named by him in 1840; Pitman`s shorthand. 3. The automatic recording of sounds, as by the phonautograph, or the recording and reprod
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