The history of recording studios traces back to the 1800s with Thomas Alva Edison and his invention of the phonograph. Initially intended to improve the telephone, the phonograph created a way to record and play back sound. Edison applied for a patent in 1877 for his talking machine, which used foil cylinders.

Ten years later, Emile Berliner found a way to etch the sound-carrying groove on a horizontal disk's surface along with a way to mass produce recorded disks.

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