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Architectural Acoustic Design of a Sound Effect Studio for Multi-Channel Recording
CR-300 is a unique studio for sound effects recording (Foley Recording Studio) at NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corporation), which has a recording studio floor, two control rooms, and a preproduction room. This paper presents an outline of the architectural acoustic design and the acoustical properties of the studio floor, which is utilized for recording various sound effects used on all the media of NHK; and the control room, which is suitable for multichannel recording.:
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