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A Practical Theatrical Sound Console

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The requirements for a sound control console for the legitimate theater are unique and in many ways the reverse of those of a recording board. A stock unit is described which solves most of these requirements simply and economically, allowing a single operator to effectively adjust over 100 controls simultaneously without the need for computer automation interfacing.

JAES Volume 23 Issue 1 pp. 36-40; February 1975
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