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A Rational Technique for Synthesizing Pseudo-Stereo from Monophonic Sources

A new system for spreading monophonic material into pseudo-stereo is described. The system possesses high fidelity to the original, good compatibility, and full effectiveness even in reverberant environments. An extension of the technique for use in multitrack to stereo mixdowns is described and analyzed, revealing both improved perspective and excellent musical and mechanical stereo/mono compatibility.

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JAES Volume 18 Issue 2 pp. 157-164; April 1970
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