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The Role of the Initial Time Delay Gap in the Acoustic Design of Control Rooms for Recording and Reinforcement Systems

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Energy Time Curve (ETC) measurements are used to analyze the reproduction of the initial time delay gap of a studio or auditorium in a control room of a smaller dimension than the studio or auditorium. It will be shown how 'unmasked' reproduction without interference from the acoustics of the smaller room.

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