In another list for a different version of the same LP, no mention is made
of Ambisonic (http://www.hornet.hr/HRec.asp?gAnr=3594). Has the seller on
EBay simply made a mistake or does he know something? Unfortunately the
images of the sleeves are not good enough on either site to read the notes.
On 30 May 2018 at 18:03, David Pickett <***@fugato.com> wrote:
> It means "stereo compatible" (i.e. stereo recording, playable with a
> compatible cartridge that has compliance in the vertical direction.)
> At 18:13 30-05-18, Martin Leese wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >There is an used LP on offer on eBay which
> >is described as Ambisonic, but which is not
> >included in the UHJ Discography. The LP is
> >on the Erato label, STU 70221. The cover
> >says the LP is "gravure universelle", which
> >Google translate says means "universal
> >engraving". Is this LP Ambisonic?
> >The LP is on offer here:
> >The UHJ Discography is available here:
> >Many thanks,
> >Martin J Leese
> >E-mail: martin.leese stanfordalumni.org
> >Web: http://members.tripod.com/martin_leese/
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'Ambisonics - Component Imaging for Audio'
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