One of the landmark inventions in human history was the ability to record sound.
This technology allowed music to go from something only appreciated by a small number of people to something which could be enjoyed by millions.
It also allowed people to speak to others across vast distances and eventually led to a thing called podcasting.
Learn more about the history of recorded sound and how we went from wax cylinders to mp3s on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily.
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