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No Artist - How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out album download

Performer:

No Artist

Title:

How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out

Genre:

Not music

MP3 album size:

1581 mb

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ADX WMA AC3 AA MOD AAC AU

Rating:

4.8 ✱

Style:

Technical, Special Effects, Speech

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1967

No Artist - How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Introduction
A2 Left-Right Channel Identification, Loudspeaker Balance, And Channel Phasing
A3 Monophonic Music (For Loudspeaker Balance And Phasing) (Aldrich)
Featuring – Ronnie Aldrich
A4 Tone Controls
A5 Sound Colouration
A6 Stereophonic Music (Aldrich)
Featuring – Ronnie Aldrich
A7 Groove-Jumping And Distortion
A8 Silent Grooves
B1 Live Versus Recorded Sound
B2 Wow And Flutter
B3 Anti-Skating Band (With Ungrooved Section)
B4 Crosstalk
B5 Musical Show-Piece; Extract From "Háry János" (Kodály), Istvan Kertesz Conducting The LSO.
Conductor – Ivan Kertesz*Orchestra – The London Symphony Orchestra

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Decca Studios

Credits

  • Mastered By – W
  • Narrator – Elizabeth Knight, Jack De Manio
  • Written-By – Arthur Bannister, Cyril Windebank, Hugh Mendl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: ZAL. 7738
  • Label Code: ZAL. 7739
  • Matrix / Runout: ZAL-7738-I5W
  • Matrix / Runout: ZAL-7739-I4W

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SKL 4861, SKL.4861 No Artist How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out ‎(LP, Red) Decca, Decca SKL 4861, SKL.4861 UK 1967
SKLM 4861 No Artist How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out ‎(LP) Decca SKLM 4861 New Zealand 1967
SKL 4861, SKL.4861 No Artist How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out ‎(LP) Decca, Decca SKL 4861, SKL.4861 UK 1967
SLC 1650 No Artist How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out ‎(LP, Red) London Records SLC 1650 Japan 1967
SKL 4861 No Artist How To Give Yourself A Stereo Check-Out ‎(LP, Unb) Decca SKL 4861 UK 1967

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