A brief history of artificial reverb in music
Jim Marshall's famous black box allowed bands to be heard by larger crowds than ever before.
The turntable, invented 36 years ago, ranks as the most recently created music-making device with staying power.
In a former skating rink, the Radiophonic Workshop opened the world's ears to new soundscapes using little more than imagination
What was once revolutionary is now taken for granted: The evolution of the technologies that give rock its signature sound
Christopher Tin's nod for "Baba Yetu" marks the first time game music has been nominated for anything at the annual awards show. How did we get here?
The song is considered one of the season's most annoying, but it was actually a groundbreaking track when it was released in 1955