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On 2/12/2013 5:22 PM, Paul Stamler wrote:

> Can anyone recommend a book I can cite about the phenomenon of "cutover", where
> an overmodulated phonograph groove cuts through the wall into the adjacent
> groove, causing skipping in playback? I remember, from many years ago, a
> discussion of this someplace, including a photo of a cutover groove, but I
> can't find it now. I thought it was in the Radiotron Designer's Handbook, but
> it doesn't seem to be.
>
> If someone could recommend such a reference -- ideally including the term
> "cutover" -- I'd be most grateful.

The term we used at RCA Victor was "overcut"

I believe the Audio Cyclopedia by Howard Tremaine has that detail.



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