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John Eargle, who has engineered some of the world's finest classical recordings in his work for the Delos label, illustrated some of his microphone techniques with some very convincing multichannel piano tracks in the JBL/Lexicon exhibit room.

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TMH Labs' Tomlinson Holman and Fritz Koenig. A true pioneer of surround sound in the theater as well as the home, Holman formerly helmed LucasFilms' THX program and is currently editor of Surround Professional magazine, a principal sponsor of Surround 2001.

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After spearheading the Philips end of the SACD initiative, Andrew Demery now works for Sony, where, like Shakespeare's Kent shaping his old course in a country new, he finds the ground familiar. "I'm working with the same group of people," he admits, "and we're all doing the same thing. It's fun. [] Click for a Larger Image

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