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

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Index

2s complement, 1.7, 1.103

8mm video cassette, 3.42

‘A’ weighting, 1.70, 1.76

A, B, M and S signals, 2.78

AB stereo pairs, 2.82

Absorption coefficients, 2.9

AC-2 coding, 1.65

AC-3 coding, 1.65

Acoustic devices, calibration, 1.80ff

AES/EBU interface, 6.60, 6.64

Airborne sound, 2.23ff, 2.35

Airport noise, 1.79

Aliasing, 1.103

Ambisonics, 2.77

Amplifier:

Carver, 2.136

Class D, 2.137

current feedback, 2.128

power, 2.116

variable gain, 2.152

Analogies:

electrostatic devices, 1.93

impedance, 1.92

Analogue circuits and interfaces, 1.90

Analogue recording, 3.2

Analogue-to-digital converters, 1.111

Anti-noise, 1.80

Anti-vibration mounts, 2.31

Artificial reverberation, 4.2ff

ATRAC, 1.65

Attack (limiters), 2.156

Audio editing, 3.86

Audio measurements, ...

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