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  1. The Microphones are an American indie folk, indie rock, and experimental project from Olympia, Washington. The project was founded in 1996 and ended in 2003, with a short reunion following in 2007 and revivals in 2019 and 2020. Across every iteration of the Microphones, it has been fronted by Phil Elverum. Elverum is the principal songwriter and producer behind the band's albums, but he has also collaborated with other local musicians on his other recordings and tours. Many of Elverum's recordin

    • 1996–2003, 2007, 2019-present
    • Phil Elverum
  2. Apr 27, 2021 · About The Microphones. The project of lo-fi mastermind Phil Elverum in the 1990s and early 2000s, the Microphones introduced his searching, deeply personal music. Though he released a handful of albums during the project's original run, each one expanded his music's ambitions, and the ambitions of indie rock and pop by extension.

  3. Freak folk artist Phil Elverum ’s project The Microphones is revered both by larger parts of the underground music scene and fellow folk musicians. The quirky lo-fi recordings and almost whispered...

  4. Profile: The Microphones was the first major musical project of Phil Elvrum, the principal member of the group. Phil released music under this moniker from 1996 through 2004 before he began making music under the name Mount Eerie. Sites: Wikipedia. Aliases: DJ Microphone, Mostly Clouds and Trees, Mount Eerie, Phil Elvrum, X-Ray Means Woman.

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    Beautiful Face ‎ (Cass)
    KNW 16
    Co-Release #1
    Microphone Mix ‎ (Cass)
    Knw-Yr-Own, Elsinor Records
    KNW 24
    Wires + Cords ‎ (Cass)
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    1665: While the word “microphone” wasn’t used until the 19th century, English physicist and inventor Robert Hooke is credited with developing an acoustic cup and string style phone and is considered a pioneer in the field of transmitting sound across distances.

    1827: Sir Charles Wheatstonewas the first person to coin the phrase "microphone." A renowned English physicist and inventor, Wheatstone is best known for inventing the telegraph. His interests were varied, and he devoted some of his time the study of acoustics during the 1820s. Wheatstone was among the first scientists to formally recognize that so...

    1915: The development of the vacuum tube amplifier helped improve the volume output for devices, including the microphone. 1916: The condenser microphone, often referred to as a capacitor or an electrostatic microphone, was patented by inventor E.C. Wente while working at Bell Laboratories. Wente had been tasked with improving the audio quality for ...

    2000s:MEMS (Microelectromechanical systems) microphones begin making inroads in portable devices including cell phones, headsets, and laptops. The trend for miniature mics continues with applications such as wearable devices, smart home, and automobile technology, 2010: The Eigenmike was released, a microphone that is composed of several high-quali...

    Leslie, Clara Louise, "Who Invented the Microphone?" Radio Broadcast, 1926
    "Who Invented the Microphone: How Emile Berliner came up with the invention and how it has impacted the broadcasting industry". The History Engine. Digital Scholarship Lab. The University of Richmo...
    Shechmeister, Matthew. "The Birth of the Microphone: How Sound Became Signal." Wired.com. January 11, 2011
    Bartelbaugh, Ron. "Trends in Technology: Microphones." RadioWorld. December 1, 2010
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  6. The Microphones Microphones in 2020 Phil Elverum resurrects his beloved Microphones alias for a 45-minute song about art-making, self-mythologizing, and the endless search for meaning.

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