Recording and Reproducing the Space of Audio, Part 1 Conventional Stereophony: Introduction
"Conventional" stereophony is what the vast majority of audio consumers take for granted when they turn their audio systems on. Specifically, it is recorded (or created) over two loudspeakers and intended to be reproduced in a wide range of environments, from the most expensive audiophile system to the smallest two-speaker portable. The three papers presented in this session deal with the problems of picking up natural auditory perspectives in classical recording, the challenges of creating pop/rock music directly over loudspeakers, and the problems of monitoring these processes in a variety of working spaces.
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