Emory Cook (IIRC) had such a setup for early binaural records that had dual
grooves and a dual headed pickup.

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In a message dated 7/6/2007 10:46:58 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
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I'm  trying to remember the name of the person Tom Dowd told me created  the
cutter that allowed indi labels to operate without leased equipment  and
royalties. He was famous later for an early stereo disk system that  used
parallel grooves and a cartridge with two  styli.

You're not thinking of Emery Cook, are you?

Don Chichester

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