Enoch Light, Jeff Hest - Test Record (To Set Up / Calibrate / Check Out Your Quadraphonic System) FLAC album
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Quadraphonic 4 Channel, includes some music examples. This record requires the use of an QS decoder for proper quadraphonic playback. Note: Durations are only listed for the tracks as shown. Matrix, Runout ((Runout Side A)): PR401 QS-A2. Matrix, Runout ((Runout Side B)): PR401 QS-B1.
Enoch Henry Light (18 August 1905, in Canton, Ohio – 31 July 1978, in Redding, Connecticut) was a classically trained violinist, danceband leader, and recording engineer. As the leader of various dance bands that recorded as early as March 1927 and continuing through at least 1940, Light and his band primarily worked in various hotels in New York. For a time in 1928 he also led a band in Paris. In the 1930s Light also studied conducting with the French conductor Maurice Frigara in Paris.
The Project 3 label was founded by Enoch Light, who named it "Project 3" as it was his third label from. Project 3 released the Popular Science Test Record in CD-4, SQ, and QS. These are highly sought after by quad collectors, with the CD-4 being the rarest. THIS 18 TRACK DOMESTIC LP WAS RELEASED IN 1973 ON PROJECT 3 RECORDS (PR401 SQ). WE WILL SHIP WORLDWIDE.
Sources: Tracks from Enoch Light & the Brass Menagerie (Project3 PR-5036SD) Tracks from Enoch Light & the Brass Menagerie, Vo. (Project3 PR-5042SD) Tracks from The Brass Menagerie 1973 (Project3 PR-5060SD). ENOCH LIGHT and the BRASS MENAGERIE The Greatest Sound on Earth! New Shock Wave Arrangements of Hits! Arrangements by Dick Hyman, Jeff Hest ( & 25), and Dick Lieb ( & 24) Recorded in New York City, 1969 ( and 1971 (.Original recordings produced by Enoch Light Compiled for CD release by Jordi Pujol
I have a Popular Science Quadraphonic test record for setting up your Quadraphonic discrete 4 channel system. It has a bunch of test tracks on it, some music, detailed setup instructions and appears to be in good condition. Anyone want it or know what it's worth? Produced by Enoch Light. Aug 31, 2009 at 2:35 PM. Post of 2. 3. pm. Joined: Aug 31, 2009.
Enoch Light, Jeff Hest. LP Spoken Word Education Technical Pop Non-Music. Released in 1973 on Project 3 Total Sound. A2 - Channel Identification. A3 - Channel Balance And Frequency Response. A4 - Four Channel Speaker Phasing. A5 - "Flutter" And "Wow" Test. A6 - Accoustical (Resonance) Check (Glide Tone). A7 - Musical Balance Check. A8 - Overall Transient And High Frequency Response. A9 - Low Frequency Response. A10 - Musical Channel Separation. A11 - Demonstration "Room Expansion".
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Speaker polarity then becomes a very important parameter to check. When polarity is wrong, the speakers will be out of phase. From a central listening position, listen to the "in phase" and "out of phase" versions. If your speakers are correctly set up, the "in phase" versions will: produce more bass with the low rumble tone. play louder with the 75 Hz sine tone. render the guitar recording as if the guitar was playing in front of you - not "inside" your head - with a full body character. If you experience the opposite, simply flip the connecting wires of one of your speakers - not both! - to correct the problem. Relative polarity is important for headphones as well.
Stereo Test Record audiophile LP. VG+ cover w/light general storage wear. NM (Near Mint) is the highest grade that I use for opened records.
|A3||Channel Balance And Frequency Response|
|A4||Four Channel Speaker Phasing|
|A5||"Flutter" And "Wow" Test|
|A6||Accoustical (Resonance) Check (Glide Tone)|
|A7||Musical Balance Check|
|A8||Overall Transient And High Frequency Response|
|A9||Low Frequency Response|
|A10||Musical Channel Separation|
|A11||Demonstration "Room Expansion"|
|B2||When The Saints Go Marching|
|B5||St. Thomas! Everybody!|
|B6||A String Of Pearls|
|B7||The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down|
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Distributed By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Producer – Enoch Light, Jeff Hest
NotesQuadraphonic 4 Channel, includes some music examples.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: QMX 44303
- Matrix / Runout: QMX 44304
|PR 401 SQ||Enoch Light, Jeff Hest||Enoch Light, Jeff Hest - Test Record (To Set Up / Calibrate / Check Out Your Quadraphonic System) (LP, Quad)||Project 3 Total Sound||PR 401 SQ||US||1973|
|SHCD 401||Enoch Light, Jeff Hest||Enoch Light, Jeff Hest - Test Record (To Set Up / Calibrate / Check Out Your Quadraphonic System) (LP, Quad)||Project 3 Total Sound||SHCD 401||US||1973|
|PR 401 CD-4||Enoch Light||Test Record (To Set Up / Calibrate / Check Out Your Quadraphonic System) (LP, Quad)||Project 3 Total Sound||PR 401 CD-4||US||1973|
|SHSQ 401||Enoch Light And Jeff Hest||Enoch Light And Jeff Hest - Test Record (To Set Up / Calibrate / Check Out Your Quadraphonic System) (LP, Quad)||Project 3 Total Sound||SHSQ 401||US||1973|