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COLLECTED PAPERS ON DIGITAL AUDIO BIT-RATE REDUCTION
edited by Neil Gilchrist and Christer Grewin.
The emerging technology of reducing the bit rate of digital signals is amply covered in this significant
publication. Pertinent topics and authors - all acknowledged experts in their fields - were
thoughtfully selected by the editors. The 16 manuscripts, scrupulously reviewed and edited, are
presented here for the first time. Gathered under chapter headings "Psychoacoustics," "Coding the
Audio Signal," "Performance of Low-Bit-Rate Audio Systems," and "Applications for Low-Bit-Rate Audio
Coding," these original papers provide an essential reference for understanding the current and future
technology of audio codecs. 208 pages
Book measures 8 1/2 inches (219 mm) by 11 inches (279.4 mm) and is softbound and shrinkwrapped.
- GRAHAM BLYTH ORGAN CONCERT
The seven pieces on this disc represent the great organ literature of the past 3 centuries performed on 6 of the world's church and cathedral pipe organs.
- 78 RPM CALIBRATION DISC SET
AES Standards provides a rare opportunity to calibrate playback equipment for 78 rpm coarse-groove records. Recognising an international need for calibration tools, the AES Standards Working Group on Transfer Technologies (SC-03-02) initiated a project to calibration playback equipment for coarse-groove 78 rpm records. The result is now available as a boxed set of two identical 12-inch vinyl discs, catalogue number AES-S001-064. The two discs allow one to be used as a day-to-day working tool while the other may be stored as a master reference.
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