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A Real-Time Digital Processor for Disk Mastering Lathe Control
The availability of highly reliable LSI circuitry has made possible a major breakthrough in disk recording lathe control technology. A new system for optimizing the groove-to-land ratio is described which utilizes real-time two-dimensional relationships derived from the audio waveform. This system, based on 12 years' experience with analog designs, achieves a significant advance in the time/level/skill relationships of the phonograph disk when compared to all previous cutting equipment.
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