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Quantifying Recording Techniques

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[Feature] We are in a time when machines are increasingly being taught to undertake work that was previously the domain of humans, and that may mean picking apart human perceptual and creative processes in a way that enables them to be taught to, or built into, forms of display or control that machines can mediate. Selected papers on recording and production from the 145th Convention are summarized in that light.

JAES Volume 67 Issue 1/2 pp. 74-78; January 2019
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