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Quadrophonic Matrix Decoder & Player 1.7

Quadrophonic Matrix Decoder & Player.

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Quadrophonic Matrix Decoder & Player is a MP3 & Audio software developed by Stephan Hotto. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Quadrophonic Matrix Decoder & Player:

BS Editor: The technology developed and used in the 1970's applies an encoding matrix to the four input channels LF (Left Front), RF, LB (Left Back) and RB to record them into 2 channels. Playing back such an encoded recording by applying the correct decoding matrix brings back most of the original four channels (4:2:4 Encoding/Decoding).

Playback Configuration:
1.) Place the speakers as recommended for the different formats
2.) Make sure that you activate the audio input and output devices you want to use by applying the appropriate operating system configuration. Furthermore, it is essential to adjust the input-level to avoid overmodulation of the input signal.
3.) Launch the Quadrophonic Matrix Decoder
4.) Select the Input- and Output-Mixer/Devices. Or select the built in WAV Audio Player
5.) Click "Activate" or "Play" to start the decoding process

ATTENTION: It is a limitation of JAVA to recognize just the first stereo channel output of a sound-device. This is even true for a multi-channel card. You can either use two sound devices or configure virtual devices by using software like JACK AUDIO.
Connect an external audio source (record player, tape, cd, etc.) or just configure the input device to "What you Hear / Stereo Mix" to use your favorite software audio player.

Technical Specification:
- The 90 degree phase shift (Hilbert Transformation) to complexify the input signals has been implemented in the time domain by using IIR-All-Pass filters with a precision better than 1 degree.
- For the listed matrixes the imaginary signal term j is defined as leading phase shift of 90 degrees
- Sampling Frequency: 44.1 kHz
- Sampling Resolution: 16Bit
- Digital Signal Processing in 64Bit floating point precision
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