Absolute phase

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Absolute phase is the preservation of the actual polarity of sound waves that are recorded. No polarity reversal anywhere in the recording chain takes place in this case. Absolute phase is more accurately described as absolute polarity. [1]


  1. White,Glenn D. Louie J, Gary.(2005) The Audio Dictionary. p. 3. ISBN 0295984988

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