Computerized Re-Mastering in the Manufacture of Slow Speed Tape Records
With instruction on a CRT display to guide him, the re-mastering engineer attacks the idiosyncracies of the slow speed tape record consistently and reliably using an algorithm that relates the continuous output of a spectrum analyzer to an empirically derived signal shaping matrix stored in a mini-computer's memory.
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