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Recording and Reproduction: Studio Myths and New Technology

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[Feature] Engineering Briefs summarized here show that there is a valuable medium by which more practical work can be exposed to the broader community. People working with recording methods and various forms of practical audio processing can present their work in progress, and share their ideas about recording, mixing, and reproduction.

JAES Volume 65 Issue 9 pp. 776-780; September 2017
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