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Equalizing the Monitoring Environment

Today's -new music- is an art form which has its first existence over loudspeakers. In both the recording control and remix rooms higher degrees of electroacoustical accuracy are now demanded, and this has led to the general use of equalization as a means of minimizing the error between electrical and acoustical domains. Complex transfer functions of practical filter systems are examined and current engineering practice is described in detail.

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JAES Volume 21 Issue 2 pp. 103-107; March 1973
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