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The New Stereo Soundbook by F. Alton Everest
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The New Stereo Soundbook

by F. Alton Everest

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0830639039, Paperback)

This guide explains all of the underlying principles of stereophonic perception, recording and reproduction. Students taking recording courses and audio enthusiasts and hobbyists should gain a thorough understanding of stereo sound - what it is, how it works and how to use it effectively. The authors provide projects that readers can perform to improve and modify their stereo systems and the authors describe how to use microphones to achieve special stereo effects. Other subjects covered include recording binaural systems with the use of a "dummy head", how to make a stereo signal from two or more mono signals and how to control sound reflections for optimal stereo recordings.

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