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On the Processing of Two- and Three-Channel Program Material for Four-Channel Playback

The present library of two- and three-track master tapes will not necessarily obsolesce with the emergence of four-channel stereos. Where the musical intent is of the direct-reverberant sort, most of this material can be reprocessed by means of appropriate time delay, artificial reverberation, and equalization in a way that simulates four-channel recording in a normal environment. Techniques will be discussed in detail.

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JAES Volume 19 Issue 4 pp. 262-266; April 1971
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