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Investigating the Behaviour of a Recursive Mutual Compression System in a Two-Track Environment

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Investigating the Behaviour of a Recursive Mutual Compression System in a Two-Track Environment. / Hasnan, Hairul Hafizi Bin; Wells, Jeremy.

2019. Audio Engineering Society: 146th International Pro Audio Convention, Dublin, Ireland.

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Hasnan, HHB & Wells, J 2019, 'Investigating the Behaviour of a Recursive Mutual Compression System in a Two-Track Environment', Audio Engineering Society: 146th International Pro Audio Convention, Dublin, Ireland, 20/03/19 - 23/03/19. <http://www.aes.org/e-lib/browse.cfm?elib=20315>

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Hasnan, H. H. B., & Wells, J. (2019). Investigating the Behaviour of a Recursive Mutual Compression System in a Two-Track Environment. Audio Engineering Society: 146th International Pro Audio Convention, Dublin, Ireland. http://www.aes.org/e-lib/browse.cfm?elib=20315

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Hasnan HHB, Wells J. Investigating the Behaviour of a Recursive Mutual Compression System in a Two-Track Environment. 2019. Audio Engineering Society: 146th International Pro Audio Convention, Dublin, Ireland.

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Hasnan, Hairul Hafizi Bin ; Wells, Jeremy. / Investigating the Behaviour of a Recursive Mutual Compression System in a Two-Track Environment. Audio Engineering Society: 146th International Pro Audio Convention, Dublin, Ireland.7 p.

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