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Audio Engineer's Reference Book, 2nd Edition by Michael Talbot-Smith

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1    Basic principles

John Ratcliff

Proprietor, The Television Training Company

1.1  Mathematics, formulae and equations

1.2  Units used in audio engineering

Michael Talbot-Smith

Consultant

1.3  The physics of sound waves

J. Patrick Wilson

Lecturer in Electronics, Keele University

1.4  The hearing process

Louis D. Fielder

Principal Staff Engineer, R&D and Business Development, Dolby Laboratories Inc

1.5  Perceptual audio coding

Glynne Parry

Senior Calibration Engineer, CEL Instruments Ltd

Richard Tyler

Chief Engineer, CEL Instruments Ltd

1.6  Noise measurement

Michael Gayford

Former Consultant (Deceased)

1.7  Electromechanical analogies

Roger Derry

Audio and Broadcast Consultant

1.8  Introduction to digital audio

1.1 Mathematics, formulae and ...

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