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PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2005 12:20 pm 
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Here is the latest version of how it should be.

http://www.grammy.com/pe_wing/5_1_Rec.pdf


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This is what I've been looking for :D

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Looks like grammy.com reorganized their site. Here's the new link:

http://content.grammy.com/PDFs/Recording_Academy/Producers_And_Engineers/5_1_Rec.pdf

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Thanks Steve ;)


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Thaks Steve. I was about to recommend the same document, but you beat me to it! :)

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This one
http://www.dolby.com/assets/pdf/tech_li ... 1guide.pdf

from dolby is more relevant for those in post production land.


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Anton wrote:
This one
http://www.dolby.com/assets/pdf/tech_li ... 1guide.pdf

from dolby is more relevant for those in post production land.


Anton - this link is dead and I tried to find the doc name on dolby.com, but couldn't.

I'm in information gathering mode for my studio design and am looking for 5.1 design considerations/requirements.

>> Found it on the 'reorganized' link. <<

Thanks.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 09, 2009 1:30 pm 
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Is this Dolby PDF available somewhere else? I get a dead link.

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The "Dolby Surround Mixing Manual" can be found here


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Thanks for this link !

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I am more into the music making side of things than I am booth design and I have spoken with many well established producers who are predicting more use of 5:1 surround setups. I know a lot of them that have begun producing their music in this setting in hopes that people that listen to it will listen to it that way as well.

edit; Brien says it is "SPAM"...ya'll do what ya want with it...I corrected a few others...but maybe no one sees the detail as much as I might spend time doing:)

I'm trying to get my yamaha receivers to work in th 5:1 setting as we speak. It's a growing trend so peeping out this pdf was helpful.. Thanks


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Ian, what is your point, and why are you commenting on a thread that has been inactive for well over two years? I don't see how your comment is relevant to the thread.

Also, please check the forum rules for posting. You are missing something...

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Hi John Sayers!

I'm new to this forum, Here i read all your posted informations. It all are very useful to me. Particularly i talk about John Sayers posted informations.
Thank you for your useful posted informations. Keep in touch with me... :)

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Thank you for your useful posted informations. Keep in touch with me...
Oh, don't worry about that! I ALWAYS keep a very close eye on new posters who fit the spammer profile as well as you do! You'll be the first to hear from me, as soon as you drop your next spam message...

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