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Recording Studio Design, 4th Edition by Philip Newell

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Chapter Fourteen

The Behaviour of Multiple Loudspeakers in Rooms

[Loudspeakers in different environments. Steady-state and transient response differences. Pan-pot laws. Fold-down compromises. Discrete and phantom image differences. Multiple surround formats. Sub-woofer options.]

Chapter 11 discussed many aspects of the performance of loudspeakers in rooms. Principally, it was dealing with single loudspeakers, but a very important aspect of the performance of sound control rooms for music recording is the way in which loudspeakers will behave in pairs, for two-channel stereo, or in groups of four or more for surround sound. This aspect of the performance of loudspeakers is difficult to specify because the conditions of use vary so widely, ...

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