The New Stereo Soundbook

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Tab Books, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 283 pages
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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.

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The new stereo soundbook is one of the best books on techniques for mixing in stereo. Written by one of the guys who understands more about it, The new stereo soundbook discusses techniques on how to mix and place each sound in its place within the 2.0. The book also hints of how to direct the sound vertically. For those who want to learn more about mixing in 2.0 have to read this book 

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Pretty useful primer on how stereo music is recorded and projected, including the interaction with sound waves and the microphones and speakers all the way to your eardrums and brain processing. Read full review

Contents

How stereo information is conveyed
9
Stereo and the auditory system
31
Philosophical and pragmatic approaches to stereo
57
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About the author (1992)

F. Alton Everest is a legend in the world of sound. The creator of numerous technical innovations, and the author of scores of books and scholarly papers, he has been a leader in television engineering, sound recording, motion pictures, radio, and multimedia. A co-founder and director of the Science Film Production division of the Moody Institute of Science, he was also a section chief of the Subsea Sound Research section of the University of California. An educator who has taught at several leading institutions, he has consulted on acoustics to numerous industries for nearly 30 years. Having touched many of the technical highlights of the 20th century, he celebrated his 90th birthday in 1999. He and his wife live in Santa Barbara, California.

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