Acoustics for Multitrack Recording


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Acoustics for Multitrack Recording
1011101Acoustics for Multitrack RecordingIn the early days of recording, artists crowded around a horn leading to a diaphragm-driven stylus cutting a groove on a wax cylinder. In early radio dramatics, actors, actresses, and sound-effects persons moved in toward the microphone or faded back according to the dictates of the script. Greater freedom came as several microphones, each under separate control in the booth, were used. All this, of course, was monophonic.Monophonic is still with us in commercial form, but the advent of stereophonic techniques has added a new dimen…
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F. Alton Everest: Master Handbook of Acoustics, Fourth Edition. Acoustics for Multitrack Recording, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001), AccessEngineering Export