recording instrument

recording instrument

[ri′kȯrd·iŋ ‚in·strə·mənt]
(engineering)
An instrument that makes a graphic or acoustic record of one or more variable quantities. Also known as recorder.
References in classic literature ?
Then they have a recording instrument, according to which they alter the gradient of a new gun, with shells that explode under water.
They said it was at the end of its life as a recording instrument but is still in good nick.
We are reluctantly selling our grand piano as it has come to the end of it's life as a recording instrument.
This instrument was to remain one of his favorites through the years, particularly as a recording instrument, starting with the recordings of Schumann's Adagio and Allegro, Weismann, Dukas, Cherubini, Kalliwoda, and Reger made with the Munich Philharmonic during the 1972 Olympiad.
The voice on Run, Nigger, Run (the CD label calls the song Run, but the full title appears when you play it on a computer) has heard the sound of Macon's first, acoustically-recorded disc, Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy (which can't have sounded less remote in 1924 than it does today) and is trying to hit the frequencies which recorded well acoustically (the strident banjo had been a recording instrument of choice from the days of the first wax cylinders, thirty years before).
In figure 3a, the recording instrument was located at a CV line where medium voltage, 500 MCM copper power cable was being insulated with a strip-fed EPDM rubber.
Standard features include clear user functions, an additional recording instrument, and alarm functions.
Select some music you would like and have it put on a DVD or other recording instrument.
It was thus that upon arriving at an irrigation ditch, he gave a rapid jump that put him outside of the range of my recording instrument.
Thus, the recording instrument empowers the observer to catch the user in the act.
Tenders are invited for Data Recording Instrument Shelter

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