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Vertical Modulation Angles of Commercial Stereo Phonograph Records
An objective in phonograph playback is to match the vertical tracking angle of the phonograph cartridge to the recorded vertical modulation angle of the recording being played. A survey was undertaken to determine the recorded vertical modulation angles of modern stereo discs. Using the technique developed by White and Gust, a number of commercially mastered test pressings were analyzed. The results of this survey are reported and discussed.
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