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JOURNAL OF THE 


AUDIO 


ENGINEERING 
SOCIETY 


SUBJECT AND AUTHOR INDEX 


VOLUME 9 - 1961 NUMBERS 1-4 











Subject Index 


Acoustics 
Design of Recording Studios, Acoustic Considerations 
in the—M. Rettinger, No. 3, p. 178 
Missle Launch Locator, the AN/TNS-5, A Modern 


Acoustic—R. M. Carrell and R. Richter, No. 3 p. 208 


Room Information, The Transmission of—Klaus Wendt, 


No. 4, p. 282 
Testing in Rooms, Loudspeaker—William B. Snow, No. 
1, p. 55 
Amplifiers 


Low-Noise Transistor Audio Amplifiers, The Design of 
James W. Halligan, No. 2, p. 120 
Pentode Using the “Shadow Grid” Technique, A High 
Sensitivity Power—J. W. Trautwein and C. D. Mc- 
Cool, No. 2, p. 152 
Reliability Amplifiers for Speech Input Systems, High 
Quality High—James J. Noble, No. 2, p. 126 


Audio Applications 

Listening Tests Methods and Evaluation—K. Schjonne- 
berg and F. Olson, No. 1, p. 29 

Pentode Using the “Shadow Grid” Technique, A High 
Sensitivity Power—J. W. Trautwein and C. D. Mc- 
Cool, No. 2, p. 152 

Test Aspects of Wear and Calibration 
of—Roger Anderson, No. 2, p. 111 


Records, Some 


Disc Recording and Reproduction 
Distortion, Reproduction—Its Measurement and 
ence on Stereo Phonograph Cartridge 
Philip Kantrowitz, No. 2, p. 115 
Pickup Cartridge, Design of a Stereophonic—G. A. Mor- 
rell, Jr., No. 3, p. 215 
Recording, Practical Aspects of High-Fidelity Disk. Part 
2—Carlos E. R. A. Moura, No. i, p. 
Test Records, Some Aspects of Wear and Calibration of 
Roger Anderson, No. 2, p. 111 
Tone Arm Design, New Approach to—George Alexan- 
drovich, No. 2, p. 166 


Influ- 
Design— 


Loudspeakers 
Amplitude Control of Loudspeaker Cone Motion in the 
Resonance Frequency Range—Walter C. Trautman, 


No. 4, p. 260 
Testing in Rooms, Loudspeaker—William B. Snow, No. 
Ln ea 


Magnetic Recording and Reproduction 

Bias Amplitude on Output at Very Short Wavelengths, 
The Effect of—John G. McKnight, No. 2, p. 98 

Distortion, Reproduction—Its Measurement and Influ- 
ence on Stereo Phonograph Cartridge Design— 
Philip Kantrowitz, No. 2, p. 115 

Duplicating Systems for Talking Book Program, Tape— 
S. Himmelstein, No. 2, p. 102 

Flutter Measurements by the American 
Method—Donald E. Morgan, No. 3, p. 232 

Interference Effects in Magnetic Recording, A Study 
of—J. G. Woodward and M. Pradervand, No. 4, p. 
254 

Recording Process in Terms of the Preisach Representa- 
tion, The Magnetic Tape—G. Schwantke, No. 1, p. 37 

Reversing Mechanism for Continuous Play of Four 
Track Stereo Tapes, Automatic Tape—A. L. Berg 
and K. M. Williamson, No. 4, p. 258 

Visible Recordings, Magnetic—W. P. 
i a Mee, No. 2, p. 107 


Standard 


Guckenburg and 


Microphones 

Dynamic Probe Microphone, A Small Unidirectional— 
Ernest Seeler, No. 4, p. 276 

Personal Microphones—H. F. 
J. C. Bleazey, No. 4, p. 278 

Polyester Films in Microphone Designs, The Use of— 
Alexis Badmaieff, No. 3, p. 218 

Wind Noise in Microphones, The Reduction « 
Burroughs, No. 2, p. 168 

Wind Screens, Experimental Determination of the Effec- 
tiveness of Microphone—Jchn C. Bleazey, No. i, 


p. 48 


Olson, J. Preston and 


f—L. R. 


Miscellaneous 
Education, Audio In—Edward Golub, No. 2, p. 158 
Electrostatic Earphone, The—Walter T. Selsted, No. 2, 
p. 145 


Music and Electronics 

Electronic Music Instrument Performances, A New Tool 
for the Exploration of Unknown—Harald Bode, No. 
4, p. 264 

Instrument Design, European Electronic Music 
Bode, No. 4, p. 267 

Percussive Sounds, Electronic 
Hearne, No. 4, p. 270 

Reverberation Device for High Fidelity Systems, A New 
—H. E. Meinema, H. A. Johnson, and W. C. Laube, 
Jr., No. 4, p. 284 


Harald 


Production oft—Herb 


Psychoacoustics 

Disk Recording, Practical Aspects of High-Fidelity. Part 
2—Carlos E. R. A. Moura, No. 1, p. 

Interchannel Mixing at High and Low Audio Frequen- 
cies, Distortion of Auditory Perspective Produced 
by—Donald S. McCoy, No. 1, p. 13 

Listening Tests Methods and Evaluation—K. 
neberg and F. Olson, No. 1, p. 29 

Psychoacoustics, What is ?—Gerard G. Harris, No. 1, p. 2 

Stereophonic Effect, Effect of System Parameters on 
the—Harwood B. Moore, No. 1, p. 7 

Stereophony, Subjective Evaluation of Factors Affect- 
ing Two-Channel—F. K. Harvey and M. R. Schroed- 
er, No. 1, p. 19 

Wind Screens, Experimental Determination of the Ef- 
fectiveness of Microphone—John C. Bleazey, No. 1, 


p. 48 


Schjon- 


Reverberation 

Reverberation, “Colorless” Artificial—M. R. 
and B. F. Logan, No. 3, p. 192 

Reverberation Device for High Fidelity Systems, A New 
—H. E. Meinema, H. A. Johnson, and W. C. Laube, 
Jr., No. 4, p. 284 

Reverberation Facilities for Auditoriums and Audio 
Systems, Artificial—G. R. Crane and G. A. Brookes. 
No. 3, p. 198 

Reverberation System for Home Entertainment Equip- 
ment—Harrison E. Dow and Maurice E. Swift, No 


3, p. 187 


Schroeder 


Sound Systems 
Consoles, New Trends for Stereo Recording 
Erhorn, No. 4, p. 272 
High Reliability Amplifiers for Speech Input Systems, 
High Quality—James J. Noble, No. 2, p. 126 
Master Control Facilities in the Loeb Student Center, 
New York University, Broadcasting Closed Circuit 


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SUBJECT AND AUTHOR INDEX 


and Via Public Transmission Channels Through 
Werner Freitag, No. 3, p. 225 
Public Address Systems, Design Considerations of Port- 
able Transistorized—Joel Julie, No. 4, p. 290 
Recording Studios, Acoustic Considerations in the De 


sign of! M 
Reverberation, 
and B. F. 
Reverberation Device for High Fidelity Systems, 
H. E. Meinema, H. A. Johnson, and W. C 

Jr., No. 4, p. 284 
Reverberation Facilities for 
Systems, Artificial—G 

No. 3, p. 198 


Reverberation System for 


Rettinger, No. 3, p. 178 
“Colorless” Artificial—M. R. 


Logan, No. 3, p. 192 


Schroeder 


\ Ne WwW 


Laube, 


Audio 


ookes, 


Auditoriums and 


and G. A. Bi 


R. Crane 


Home 


Dow 


Equip 
No. 


Entertainment 

ment—Harrison E. and Maurice E. Swift, 

Room Information, The Transmission of 
No 4, p- 282 

Sound Control Techniques for the Legitimate Theatre 
and Opera—Harold Meyer and Vincent Mal 
lory, No - p. 184 

Stereophonic Effect, 
the—Harwood B 


Klaus Wendt, 


Burris 


Effect of 
Moore, 
AM 
M. Hollywood and 
140 


System Parameters on 
No. 1, p. 7 


Broadcasting, 


Marvin 


\ Stereo 


Kronen 


Transmission System for 
phonic—John 


berg, No. 2, p 


Author 


Aspects ot 
111 
> 


Alexandrovich, George, A Stereo Groove Problem, No. 2, p 


Anderson, Roger, Som Wear and Calibration of 
Test Records, No. > 


166 


Badmaieff, Alexis, The Use of Polyester Films in Microphone 
Designs, No. 3, p. 218 
Bauer, B. B., Stereophonic Karphones ind Binaural Loud 


speakers, No a p.- 148 

Berg, A. L. and Williamson, K. M., 
Mechanism for Continuous 
Tapes, No. 4, p. 258 

Bleazey, John C., Experimental Determin 
ness of Microphone Wind Screens, 
Olson, H. F 
4, p. 278 

Bode, Harald, A New the 

Music Instrument 

Electronic Music 


, 
t 
Four Track 


the Effective 
No. 1. p. 48 
Personal ophones, No 


ition ot 
and Preston, J., 
Unknow! 


No. 4, p. 264 
Design, No. 4, 


| xplor ition of 


Tool for 


] -+ ne 
Electronic Performances, 


European Instruments 


p 267 
Brookes, G. A. and Crane, G. R., Artificial Reverberation Fa 
cilities for Auditoriums and Audio Systems, No. 3, p. 198 
Burris-Meyer, Harold and Mallory, Vincent, Sound Control 


Technique. for the Legitimate Theatre 
3, p. 184 
Burroughs, L. R., The Reduction of 


No. > p. 168 


and Opera, No 


Wind Noise in Micro 


phones, 


Carrell, R. M. and Richter, R., A Modern Acoustic Mi 
Launch Locator, the AN/TNS-5, No. 3. p. 208 
Crane, G. R. and Brookes, G. A.. Artificial Reverberation 


ssile 





cilities for Auditoriums and Audio Systems, No Pp 
198 

Della Torre, E. and Woodward J. G., The Magnetic Charac 
teristics of Recording Tapes, No. 1, p. 94 

Dow, Harrison E. and Swift, Maurice E., Reverberation Sys- 
tem for Home Entertainment Equipment, No. 3, p. 187 


331 


Stereo 


New Trends for Recording—Philip C 
No. 4, p. 272 
Delay Line for Stereophoni 
ty, No. 2, p. 134 
Earphones and Binaural Loudspeakers, 


B. B. Bauer, No. 2, p. 148 


Pickup Cartridge, Design of a Stereophonic—G 


Consoles, stereo 


Erhorn., 


Broadcasting—R. E. Laffer 


ate reophoni 


\ Mor 


rell, Jr., No. 3, p. 215 

Reproduction Distortion—Its Measurement and Influ 
| 
ence on Stereo Phonograph Cartridge Design—Phil 


p Kantrowitz, No. 2, p. 115 
Reversing Mechanism for Continuous Play of 
Track Stereo Tapes, Automatic Taps am & 
1 | 


and K. M. Williamson, No. 4, p. 258 


1 


Subjective Evaluation of Factors Affecting Two-Channel 
Stereophony I K Harvey and M Ix Schroeder, 
No. 1, p 19 

System Parameters on the Stereophonic Effect, Effect 


Moore, No l, p. ¢/ 
AM 


Hollywood and 


of—Harwood B 
\ Stereo 


Kronen- 


Broadcasting 


Marvin 


Transmission system tor 


lohn M 
No. 2, p. 140 


phonic 


berg, 


Underwater Sound 
S Window 


205 


onic in the Ocean—Daniel W. Painter, I], No 


3, Pp. 


Index 


Erhorn, Philip C., New Trends for Stereo Recor« 





Freitag, Werner, Broadcasting Closed Circuit and Via 
: Channels Master , 
New York l 


Throug!l 
Center, 


[ransmission 


ies in the Loeb Student 
95 


No. 3, Pp 


Golub, Edward, Report on Audio Equipment 
= DP 158 
Guckenburg, W. P. an« 


1 Mee, C. D., 
No. 2, p. 107 


likes, 


Halligan, James W., The Design of Low-Noise Transistor 
Audio Amplifiers, No. 2, p. 120 
Harris, Gerard G., What is Psychoacoustics?, No. 1, p. 2 


valuation of 


No. 1, p 


Harvey, F. K. and Schroeder, M. R., 
Affecting 


Subje ctive | 


Factors Two-Channel Stereophor v. 
19 

Hearne, Herb, Electronic 
No. 4, p. 270 

Himmelstein, S., Taps 
Program, No. 2, p 


Hollywood, John M. a 


Transmission System for 


Production of Percussive Sounds, 


Duplicating Systems for Talki Book 


102 
id Kronenberg, 


AM Broad 


Marvit A Stereophoni 
austin No. 2, p. 140 
Meinema, H. | \ New 
Fidelity 


Johnson, H. A., Laube, Jr., W. C., and 
Reverberation Device for High 
p. 284 

Julie, Joel, Design Considerations of Portable 
Public Address Systems, No. 4, p. 290 

Kantrowitz, Philip, Reproduction Distortion—Its Measurement 
and Influence on Stereo Phonograph Cartridge 
No. 2 p. 115 

Kronenberg, Marvin and 


Transmission System 


Design, 


Hollywood, John M., A 
AM 


stereophon 


tor Broadcastin No. 2, p. 140 





332 


Lafferty, R. E., Delay Line for Stereophonic Broadcasting, No. 
2, p. 134 

Laube, Jr.. W. C., Johnson, H. A., and Meinema, H. E., A New 
Reverberation Device for High Fidelity Systems, No. 4, 
p. 284 

Logan, B. F. and Schroeder, M. R., “Colorless” Artificial Re- 
verberation, No. 3, p. 192 


Mallory, Vincent and Burris-Meyer, Harold, Sound Control 
Techniques for the Legitimate Theatre and Opera, No. 
3, p. 184 

McCool, C. D., and Trautwein, J. W., A High Sensitivity Pow- 
Pentode Using the “Shadow Grid” Technique, No. 2, p. 
152 

McCoy, Donald S., Distortion of Auditory Perspective Pro- 
duced by Interchannel Mixing at High and Low Audio 
Frequencies, No. 1, p. 13 

McKnight, John G., The Effect of Bias Amplitude on Output 
at Very Short Wavelengths, No. 2, p. 98 

Mee, C. D., and Guckenburg, W. P., Visible Magnetic Record- 
ings, No. 2, p. 107 

Meinema, H. E., Johnson, H. A., and Laube, Jr.. W. C., A New 
Reverberation Device for High Fidelity Systems, No. 
4, p. 284 

Moore, Harwood, B., Effect of System Parameters on the 
Stereophonic Effect, No. 1, p. 7 

Morgan, Donald E., Flutter Measurements by the American 
Standard Method, No. 3, p. 232 

Morrell, Jr., G. A., Design of a Sterophonic Pickup Cartridge, 
No. 3, p. 215 

Moura, Carlos E. R. A., Practical Aspects of High-Fidelity 
Disk Recording. Part 2, No. 1, p. 60 


Noble, James J., High Quality High Reliability Amplifiers for 
Speech Input Systems, No. 2, p. 126 


Olson, F., and Schjonneberg, K., Listening Tests Methods and 
Evaluation, No. 1, p. 29 

Olson, Harry F., Bleazey, J. C., and Preston, J., Personal Mi- 
crophones, No. 4, p. 278 


Painter II, Daniel W., Sonic Window in the Ocean, No. 3, p. 
205 


SUBJECT AND AUTHOR INDEX 


Pradervand, M., and Woodward, J. G., A Study of Interferengg 
Effects in Magnetic Recording, No. 4, p. 254 

Preston, J., Bleazy, J. C., Olson, H. F., Personal Microphone 
No. 4, p. 278 


Rettinger, M., Acoustic Considerations in the Design of Re 
cording Studios, No. 3, p. 178 

Richter, R. and Carrell, R. M., A Modern Acoustic Missile 
Launch Locator, the AN/TNS-5, No. 3, p. 208 


Schjonneberg, K. and Olson, F., Listening Tests Methods and 
Evaluation, No. 1, p. 29 

Schroeder, M. R. and Harvey, F. K., Subjective Evaluation of 
Factors Affecting Two-Channel Stereophony, No. 1, p. 9 
and Logan, B. F., “Colorless” Artificial Reverberation; 
No. 3, p. 192 

Schwantke, G., The Magnetic Tape Recording Process @ 
Terms of the Preisach Representation, No. 1, p. 37 

Seeler, Ernest, A Small Unidirectional Dynamic Probe Micros 
phone, No. 4, p. 276 

Selsted, W. T., The Electrostatic Earphone, No. 2, p. 145 

Snow, William B., Loudspeaker Testing in Rooms, No. 1, p. § 

Swift, Maurice E. and Dow, Harrison E., Reverberation Sys 
tem for Home Entertainment Equipment, No. 3, p. 17 


Trautman, Walter C., Amplitude Control of Loudspeaker Cone 
Motion in the Resonance Frequency Range, No. 4, p 
260 

Trautwein, J. W. and McCool, C. D., A High Sensitivity Power 
Pentode Using the “Shadow Grid” Technique, No. 2, p 
152 


Wendt, Klaus, The Transmission of Room Information, No. 4 


Williamson, K. M., and Berg, A. L., Automatic Tape Revers- 


ing Mechanism for Continuous Four Track 
Stereo Tapes, No. 4, p. 258 

Woodward, J. G. and Della Torre, E.. The Magnetic Charac- 
teristics of Recording Tapes, No. 1, p. 94 
and Pradervand, M., A Study of Interference Effects im 


Magnetic Recording, No. 4, p. 254 


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