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Suggested Performance Requirements for Compatible Four-Channel Recordings
The quadraphonic recording is capable of more effective simulation of the live sound event than the monophonic and two-channel stereophonic methods, reproducing all sounds from their original directions around the listener to create an illusion of the original acoustical environment-studio, concert hall, etc. But, for widespread industry acceptance, this same quadraphonic recording must give equally good results as a stereo and a mono recording.
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