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A Proposal for a More Perceptually Uniform Control Room for Stereophonic Music Recording Studios
Improvements in domestic sound reproduction equipment have begun to highlight the inconsistencies of studio monitoring conditions. This paper discusses the evidence that many of the roots of monitoring inconsistency lie not only in some erroneous and outdated beliefs relating to reverberation time, but also in attempts to extract more from stereophony than it can simultaneously supply. Performance details are presented for some rooms built using the concepts proposed herein.
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