Signal Processing and Methods in SURROUND MIXING

Rudolph, Barry
March 2003
Mix;Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p32
Focuses on the methods of signal processing in music. Factors affecting quality assurance of the encoding process of sounds; Use f Euphonix R-1 and Sony DMX-R100 consoles for mixing music; Concept of 6-bus processing in equalizer.


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