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In the earliest days of the recording industry, all phases of the recording and mastering process were entirely achieved by mechanical processes.

Performers sang and/or played into a large acoustic horn and the master recording was created by the direct transfer of acoustic energy from the diaphragm of the recording horn to the mastering lathe, typically located in an adjoining room.

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