Music: New Records, may 4, 1953

Since the first few record players designed for binaural sound appeared last fall (TIME, Nov. 10), more than 2,000 high-fidelity fans have invested in the basic equipment,* and new orders have been piling up. To supply records for the pioneers, a Stamford, Conn, engineer named Emory Cook has been recording music on binaural disks, now has ten LPs on the market. To help pay his costs, while he waits for binaural buyers to swell to the proportions of a full-blooded carriage trade, Cook has now spun music from some of his binaural tapes on...

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