Bell Labs, definitely 1932, this dovetails exactly with the Bell Labs LP notes:
So I think those lab tests with Keller and Patterson were 1932-ish, not 1934. Facts in lieu of my
supposition most welcome!
-- Tom Fine
----- Original Message -----
From: "Goran Finnberg" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 8:02 AM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Bell Labs and EMI early 2-channel
> Tom Fine:
>> Was Decca's 1950's microgroove vert-lat snip still another
>> approach or a smaller-stylus adaption of an earlier system?
> I consider it just another approach.
> Arthur Haddy, Decca studios chief technical director, has stated on numerous
> occasions that the DECCA cutterhead could make Stereo vinyl disks either
> 45/45 or vertical/lateral at the flick of a switch.
> The cutterhead stayed the same but the signals driving it was matrixed
> differently to either produce 45/45 or vertical/lateral when switching said
> So in the end they had no problems at all to agree to the 45/45 system as a
> wordwide standard because of said switch.
> The Coming of Stereo
> FOREWARD: The author, as Manager of Engineering RCA Victor Records, later as
> Chief Engineer, as a member of the Engineering Committee of the Record
> Industry Association (RIAA), and as Chairman of the Electronic Industries
> Association (EIA) Committee R 7 Phonograph Combinations, was heavily
> involved in the standardization of the stereophonic record. This is the
> story of his personal involvement.
> Author: Roys, H. E.
> JAES Volume 25 Issue 10/11 pp. 824-827; November 1977 Import into BibTeX
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> Best regards,
> Goran Finnberg
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