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Extending heari ng had been possible for aeons with the aiel of ear trumpets and other heari ng aids. Bell's use of the phonau tograph suggested instead the delega tion of hearing ro a machine and the isolation of the tympan ic principle as the basic mechanical function of the ear.
If there is no " mere" or innocent description of sound , then there is no "mere" or inno cent description of sonic experience. This book turns away from attempts to recover and describe people's interior experience of listening - an audi tory pas t - toward the social and cultural grounds o f sonic experience. The "exteriority" of sound is this book's primary object of study. If sound in it self is a variable rather than a constant, chen the history of sound is of ne cessity an exrernalisr and contexrualisr endeavor.
It would be equally possible to orient a history of sound around points of change or transformation in the h istory of speech, music, or even industrial and other forms of environmental noise. 5 8 But the history of sound reproduction pro vides a uniquely powerful enrry i nto the history of sound precisely because it is a history of attempts to manipulate, rransform , and shape sound . My emphasis on the very early moments of technologies and practices at times leads me w concentrate on a relatively small, eli te (white, male, European or American , middle-class, able-bodied , etc .