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Multichannel Recording Techniques for Reproducing Adequate Spatial Impression

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One of the principal aims for multichannel sound recoding is reproducing the spatial impression of reverberant sound filed such as a concert hall. In this presentation, some practical issues to improve the spatial impression on 5.1 surround sound recording will be discussed. And microphone & mixing techniques including Hamasaki-Square for natural surround sound recording in a concert hall are introduced.

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