The history of electroacoustics began with acousticians using their ears to evaluate acoustic properties before microphones, amplifiers, and recording equipment was available. The Audio Engineering Society was formed after much of the early work in acoustics was published. It, therefore, seems appropriate to review for the Society some of the development and people responsible for these early contributions in acoustics.
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