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Loudspeakers by Keith Holland, Philip Newell

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Introduction

Every day, around the world, millions of people use loudspeakers as some sort of reference in their place of work. These people include those who work in film studios, radio stations, live sound events, discothèques, clubs, music recording studios, television studios, theatres, cinemas and many other associated professions. For many musicians who play electrified or electronic instruments, their loudspeakers are an integral part of their instruments, and as such can significantly affect the interpretation of a performance, as well as its sound. Amongst all of the professionals there are only a very few who actually know much about how loudspeakers work, other than a little knowledge gained in a cursory way that can be as deceiving ...

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