First ever sound recording device called “Phonautograph” was invented by a Frenchman called “Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville” (“Scott”). Surprising element is that Scott was not a scientist by profession but was a printer & bookseller. Living in Paris, he wanted to create something to record human voice. As he was a printer by profession, he… Continue reading First Ever Recording Device Was Not Invented By Scientist! Then Who?