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The Print-Through Phenomenon and Its Practical Consequences
A survey of the existing theory of print-through is presented with a discussion of the implications for the recording engineer. The roles of both the medium and the recording configuration are characterized. Standard print-through measurement methods are compared quantitatively. Advice is presented to the user on how to select and employ tape to insure minimum print-through consistent with other recording objectives.
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