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In March 1857, a full two decades before Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, the French patent office awarded a Parisian printer named douard-Lon Scott de Martinville a patent for a machine that recorded sound. Inspired by anatomical studies of the human ear and fascinated with the art of stenography, Scott had stumbled across a radical new idea: Instead of a human writing down words, a machine could write sound waves. Comment?
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