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The Balance of Listening Levels in Two- and Four-Channel Systems
In order to reach an aesthetic fillng in the audio perspective, an exact balance is needed in the control room. Because of sound level fluctuations, this is very difficult to achieve. This paper is the account of our attempt to find a proper adjusting method with the help of a test tape. Our results show that small level differences between audio channels cause considerable uncertainty in virtual sound sources.
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