A Sound Engineer's Guide to Audio Test and Measurement

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Glen Ballou
Taylor & Francis, 2009 - Computers - 179 pages
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This book offers a quick guide and complete reference to the fundamentals of test and measurement for all aspects of sound engineering. Including electrical and acoustic testing, measurement systems, levels, methods, protecting the ear, units of measurement and standards, this guide comes with and multiple tables to ensure quick easy access to information and illustrate points this is a must have reference for all audio engineers.

* Timesaving, one stop on the job reference
* Handy source of only essential data
* Includes the most up to date measures and standards

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Section 1 Test and Measurement
Section 2 Whats the Ear For? How to Protect It
Section 3 Fundamentals and Units of Measurement

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About the author (2009)

Glen Ballou has been a Syn-Aud-Con representative, has served as governor and convention chairman of the Audio Engineering Society (AES), and has been a member of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE). He is a regular contributor to S&VC magazine on a variety of subjects, and is the contributing editor of The Contractor's Toolbox.

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