Debut Of The Compact Disc CD 1985 News Story


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Considering its quality and size the Compact Disc most certainly will become a part of our everyday lives in the future. Producer Tom, [Tomashefsky] has that story.

Frank Maiale is a connoisseur of wines and music. His eclectic collection of the latter began when he was five years old.

Today, he has six to seven hundred selections ranging from modern electronic to classical acoustic. But lately, Frank has neglected the LP’s he collected for years and turned to compact discs.

Frank has purchased 80 discs already and he’s only two months into this new collection. He says, the discs sound that good.

[Frank Maiale:] Source:
It’s clean, there’s no noise. The no any detectable noise you would have is possibly tape hiss from the original recording, otherwise you don’t have the disturbing surface noise, pops, clicks, distortion.

[Kate Bush – Running Up That Hill]

It didn’t hurt me. Do you want to feel how it feels!?
Do you want to know that it doesn’t hurt me?
Do you want to hear about the deal that I’m making?
You, it’s you and me.

And if I only could,
I’d make a deal with God,
And I’d get him to swap our places,
Be running up that road,
Be running up that hill,
Be running up that building.
If I only could, oh…

You don’t want to hurt me,
But see how deep the bullet lies.
Unaware I’m tearing you asunder.
Ooh, there is thunder in our hearts.

Frank’s new passion does cause problems, for example, classical compact discs take advantage of the 70 minutes worth of recording time on CDs. He feels cheated when he pays near the same price for rock CDs that are only 45 minutes long.

Frank is also having trouble finding the European titles he likes often he has to take his second or third choice.

Frank was so worried about availability, that he began buying compact discs even before he bought his disc player.

[Frank Maiale:] Source:

I saw a title that I’d like and I thought by the time I get a CD player I don’t know if that title is going to be in print, so I – so I bought it.

[James Frische (Digital Audio Disc Corp.):]
We see that growth continuing this year. We seeing – we see it going to new heights really in the fall of ‘85 and we really don’t see any lessening of the demand.

Jim Frische is the general manager of the only CD factory in the United States.

This Terra Haute Indiana plant is a joint venture of CBS and Sony.

He admits that learning to make the discs took time.

That’s a picture of the pits and plateaus a laser reads on the underside of a spinning silver platter.

No more needle dragging across grooves in vinyl; this music is computer controlled.

That changed things considered basic, to engineering quality recordings.

[James Frische:] Source:
They would compress or they would boost selections it’s not necessary to do most of those things or do those kind of things for CD, because you can go from no content to the burst of a drum or the beginning of an opera whatever, and reproduce it on CDs without loss in content.

Those pits and plateaus on CDs, representing music today, could represent text tomorrow. A book maybe even an entire dictionary, a compact disc computer memory is a technological reality in Japan. Frische says this plant could produce the software for just such products.

[James Frische:]
You can put on one CD, the equivalent of 6 to 800 floppy disks.

This recording of the 1812 Overture has become the anthem for CD players. Salesmen boom it out when they want to top the CDs never ending base range.

Manufacturers are putting their CD players in bumpy Baja desert racers and slinky New York stretch limos, to exhibit the players’ durability. CD players are expected to hit the million sales mark in just three years. It took TV 11 years and VCRs six to hit that mark. CD manufacturers say those numbers are growing, because they learned from the VCR makers’ mistakes. There is one Compact Disc standard.

[Chris Byrne (Pioneer Electronics):]
A group of manufacturers got together and settled on the standards long before the format was even announced to the public.

The CD player won’t replace [Frank Maiale:]’s turntable at least for now. He has too many old favorites to play. He knows he won’t always have the option. But given a choice, all of his future purchases would be CDs

[Frank Maiale:]: Source: L Y B I O . N E T
In the long run it’s going to become a revolution just pop it in play it, sit down and relax, enjoy the music.

[Kate Bush – Running Up That Hill]
Do you want to hear about the deal

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