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Binaural Disc Recording

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A synopsis of major factors involved with the recording on disc of binaural sound. Notes are given on radial playback error, recording techniques, testing and alignment methods, and compatibility with existing standards. Placement of loudspeakers for best effect is discussed, as well as the influence of binaural reproduction on quality, loudness, and scope of records.

JAES Volume 1 Issue 1 pp. 1-3; January 1953
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