5.1 Surround Sound: Up and Running
5.1 Surround Sound: Up and Running offers a wealth of practical information for recording engineers. It examines such topics as loudspeakers, room acoustics, bass management, as well as a variety of available microphone and recording techniques and tips for postproduction. A thorough study of distribution formats, including an overview of existing and emerging media, and the psychoacoustics of multichannel sound complete this book.
Multichannel or surround sound involves recording sound on five separate channels and playing it back through an array of speakers. Developed a few years ago for the home theatre market, it is only now being introduced to the music industry with the acceptance of the new DVD audio format. This is the hottest topic in the music recording business, and it will require a major conversion on the part of the studios.
*Hottest topic in sound recording today
*Mixing tips for multichannel sound
*Step-by-step instructions for setting up a monitoring room
*In 2001 Tom Holman won a Scientific and Engineering Academy Award for the research and systems integration resulting in the improvement of motion picture loudspeaker systems
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20 dBFS 5.1 channel analog audible band bandwidth bass management bit rate channel sound coders coding console control room dB SPL decoder delay dialnorm dialogue difference digital audio Digital Television direct sound Disc distortion dither Dolby Dolby AC-3 DVD-A DVD-Audio DVD-V dynamic range effects encoder equalization film filter format frequency range frequency response front headroom hearing high frequencies HRTFs left and right LFE channel listening loud loudspeakers low frequencies LPCM LT RT main channels method microphones mixdown monaural mono multichannel audio multichannel sound multiple noise shaping number of channels output pan pot phantom image pink noise players problems produce program material psychoacoustic quantization quantization distortion quency recording reference level reproduced reverberation sample rate signal sound field sound pressure level source channels spatial speaker standard stream subwoofer surround channels surround loudspeakers sync techniques theater track word length