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Joseph Dickinson
Joseph Dickinson invented several improvements to different musical instruments.
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By Mary Bellis

Joseph Dickinson (also spelt Joseph Hunter Dickinson) of Cranford, New Jersey invented several improvements to different musical instruments. In particular, Joseph Dickinson invented an improvement to player pianos (patent below) that provided better actuation - the loudness or softness of the key strikes; and could play the sheet music from any point in the song.

Joseph DickinsonPatents Issued to Joseph Dickinson
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