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Recording Concert Hall Acoustics for Posterity

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The title of this paper is the same as a famous contribution given by Michael Gerzon on the JAES Vol. 23, Number 7 pp. 569 (1975) [1]. After more than 25 years the problem is still open, particularly about the optimal technique for capturing the "spatial" characteristics of the sound inside an existing theatre. A novel technique is presented here, which is compatible with all the known surround formats.

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