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    . Thank you Ruediger!

    I read this many years ago and recently my interest in the apparent apex phenomenon was rekindled and I could not for the life of me remember enough about this paper to find it.

    There is one definition in there that my years had fuzzied. You would think if not Altec, at least I would have remembered Ted Uzzle coauthored.

    Safely stored now thank you!

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    Perfecting Sound Forever - The story of recorded music by Greg Milner

    This 416 page paperback, published 2009 by Granta Publications, London appears to be the best contemporary explanation of how recorded music evolved in the last 50 years. Book does not hold back on presenting views that may offend many in the Audio Engineering industry. Despite the best intentions, it infers greed was the primary driver of evolution and created a long-term decline in quality. Has many fascinating insights to the creation of new products and issues like remastering, loudness levels, optimal S/N, single microphone vs multi-track, etc. The book ends about 2008.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Andrew View Post
    This 416 page paperback, published 2009 by Granta Publications, London appears to be the best contemporary explanation of how recorded music evolved in the last 50 years. Book does not hold back on presenting views that may offend many in the Audio Engineering industry. Despite the best intentions, it infers greed was the primary driver of evolution and created a long-term decline in quality. Has many fascinating insights to the creation of new products and issues like remastering, loudness levels, optimal S/N, single microphone vs multi-track, etc. The book ends about 2008.
    I have praised this book elsewhere on the Forums here and I cannot concur more. Highly recommended.
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