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On the Acoustics of Multitrack Recording Studios

Acoustic isolation between band sections may be defined as the difference in the output level of two spatially separated microphones energized by a single source. The equations reveal that, to achieve frequency independent isolation, it becomes necessary to provide more low than high frequency absorption in the studio on account of the less directional radiation characteristic of the bass instruments.

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JAES Volume 19 Issue 8 pp. 651-655; September 1971
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