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A Mobile for Classical Recording
High quality monitoring is hard to achieve in any confined space. This is particularly true in mobile recording trucks, due to the extremely limited space. This paper describes the design of such a truck where the requirement was high quality monitoring in 5.1 format, suited for classical recording. The design shows that the limited space in a truck does not imply that there is no room for acoustic treatment. Measurements in the completed truck show that an accurate monitoring environment has been realized and the acoustic qualities are not hindered by the limited dimensions Considerations on the choice of recording equipment as well as the experiences in its first year of use will be discussed.
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