The Compact Disc: A Handbook of Theory and Use

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A-R Editions, Jan 1, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 288 pages
The Compact Disc Handbook is part of an ongoing series that explores digital audio, computer music, and related topics. Volumes in the series address audiences from a wide variety of disciplines and are of interest to both beginning and experienced practitioners. The series includes textbooks, monographs, anthologies, practical guides, and reference works. By presenting material for all levels and types of readers, the series serves as a source of introductory material as well as a unified reference collection.

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