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Ciletti, Eddie
March 2003
Mix;Mar2003, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p122
Focuses on the proximity effect of directional microphones. Factors affecting frequency of multichannel recordings; Description of omnidirectional microphone; Production tolerances of the sound equipment.


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