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Synchro-Sonic Recording Techniques
Synchro-sonic refers to a type of music, a musical attitude, and the technology required to make synchro-sonic music. This paper examines the precedents of synchro-sonic music, how synchro-sonic techniques are used in modern recording studios, the advantages of recording synchro-sonically, and the future of synchro-sonic recording.
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