Synchronized Swept-Sine: Theory, Application, and Implementation - October 2015
Effect of Microphone Number and Positioning on the Average of Frequency Responses in Cinema Calibration - October 2015
The Measurement and Calibration of Sound Reproducing Systems - July 2015
Magnetic recording introduced profound changes in the way phonograph recordings were made. The new magnetic technology, while initially less than perfect, was a decided improvement over direct recording-to-disk records. Improvements to the electronic and mechanical systems as well as the magnetic recording medium through magnetic recording to a high state of the recording art. These advances have contributed directly to improved, recorded artistic presentations. In the digital age, magnetic recording remains our most important recording medium.
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