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A Thirty-Five Year History and Evolution of the Recording Studio

An historic review of the three and one half decades from the mid forties to 1980, provide a most interesting period of development of the recording studio, control room, and reverberation rooms and devices. Some basic fundamental techniques have weathered the test of time. The evolving changes in design concept occurred as a a result of the drastic shift in the music idiom, the major improvements in recording technology, and the need for cosmetic and esthetic alteration to accommodate the performers' wishes.

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