|Title:||Stereo Music Demonstration Record|
|Style:||Pop Rock, Classical, Marches, Contemporary, Vocal, Ragtime, Big Band|
|Category:||Jazz / Rock / Pop / Classical / Military|
|Other format:||MP1 AAC MIDI AUD ASF AU MPC|
Stereo Music Demonstration Record LP. VG+ cover w/general storage wear. Realistic Stereo Music Demonstration Record LP. Cover: EX Still has shrink. Binaural Demonstration Record. Record Album is Sealed.
Various – Stereo Demonstration Record. 45 RPM" and "A Stunning series of demonstrations, each designed to show off one or more aspects of musical sound and its stereo reproduction" show on front cover. Produced with the cooperation of: - Connoisseur Society - Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft - Westminister Recording Company - Cambridge Records.
Various Artists - Electro-Voice Stereo Demonstration Record (1950). Find this Pin and more on Stereo Demonstration Album Art by Jacko Jacko.
Stereo Music Demonstration Record audiophile original vinyl album.
It was a commercial failure due to many technical problems and format incompatibilities. Quadraphonic audio formats were more expensive to produce than standard two-channel stereo Contents. Discrete (4-4-4) formats. Matrix (4-2-4) formats. Derived (2-2-4) formats.
I’ve heard about this record but had never seen one before, and I’m having a tough time finding out much information about it on the internet. I’m not sure if these were sold, used in stores to demonstrate stereo equipment, or possibly both. For being 35 years old, the record itself was in very good condition and still plays great
|–Red Nichols And The Five Pennies*||Hot House Rag|
|–Peggy Lee||You'll Remember Me|
|–Jackie Davis||Yours Is My Heart Alone|
|–Shelly Manne, His Men And Orchestra*||I Could Have Danced All Night|
|–The Stone Poneys||Evergreen|
|–The Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra||Stars And Stripes Forever|
|–The Hollywood Pops Orchestra*||Gymnopédie No. 2|
|–The Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra*||The Carmen Ballet: Changing Of The Guard And Toreador Music|
|–The Toulouse Chamber Orchestra*||"Winter" From The Four Seasons: 1st Mvt., Allegro Non Molto|
|–The New Philharmonia Chorus* And Orchestra*||Carmina Burana: Fortuna Imperatrix Mundi (Finale)|
|50-1006, SL-8083||Various||Stereo Music Demonstration Record (LP, Comp, Smplr)||Realistic, Capitol Special Markets||50-1006, SL-8083||US||1977|
|50-1006, SL-8083||Various||Stereo Music Demonstration Record (LP, Comp, Smplr)||Realistic, Capitol Special Markets||50-1006, SL-8083||Canada||1977|