Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Jon Tatooles of Sound Devices.
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The recursive filter has the advantage of using less hardware, but is more complex to understand.
Once the basic requirements for reproducing sound were in place, the most significant next step was to reproduce to some extent the spatial attributes of sound. Stereophony, using two channels, was the first successful system.
Having looked at how microphones are supposed to work, here we see that what happens in practice isn’t quite the same because the ideal and the actual are somewhat different.
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