American standard method for determining flutter content of sound recorders and reproducers

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The standard indicates that flutter content of a recorder or reproducer should be determined using a test tape having relatively negligible flutter content. The reported flutter is considered to be that for mon use of an Alternate (Non-Sthndard) Method which does not require the use of a special test tape.

This standard specifies the "weighted peak" method of measuring flutter of sound recorders and reproducers for normal audio usage. For special purposes - high speed duplicators, different speeds in recording and reproducing, etc. - special procedures not described here should, if required, be used.

Flutter components at. THIRD DRAFT 19 Oct. 19 70 J.G. McK. APPENDIX IEEE Audio and Electroacoustics Recording B Standards Sub-committee Con_nittee Sound METHOD OF MEASUREMENT FOR SUBJECTIVE FLUTTER OF SOUND RECORDING EQUIPMENT This standard specifies a "weighted quasi-peak" method of measurement for subjective flutter of sound recorders and reproducers for normal.

"Standard" Measurements in Sound Recording The "standard" method in sound recording is "Flutter in Sound Recording," American Standards Association Z -xs A constant wavelength "test tape" is used, *s so that the frequency variations due to one operation only are measured; an FM demodulator is used, with the indication by a meter.

However, when we wish to compare the flutter on a recording to the mechanical elements of the tape recorder that cause the flutter, it is necessary to convert the flutter sideband spectra to flutter spectra.

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