2007 TECnology Hall of Fame

Petersen, George
September 2007
Mix;Sep2007, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p36
The article presents brief profiles of members of the TECnology Hall of Fame which highlights innovations in the processing of sound. This includes Leon Theremin for the Theremin instrument, Walter Weber for AC tape bias, and Rein Narma for the Fairchild 670 compressor limiter which is useful in various recording studio conditions.


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