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Michael Z Land, Peter N McConnell: Method and apparatus for dynamically composing music and sound effects using a computer entertainment system. LucasArts Entertainment Company, Irell & Manella, May 24, 1994: US05315057 (59 worldwide citation)

A computer entertainment system is disclosed for dynamically composing a music sound tract in response to dynamic and unpredictable actions and events initiated by a directing system in a way that is aesthetically appropriate and natural. The system includes a composition database having one or more ...


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Tomlinson Holman: Sound system with source material and surround timbre response correction, specified front and surround loudspeaker directionality, and multi-loudspeaker surround. LucasArts Entertainment Company, Thomas J Gallagher, Ian Hardcastle, August 27, 1991: US05043970 (25 worldwide citation)

Spectral imbalance (alteration in timbre) when playing home video versions of motion pictures is overcome by re-equalization according to a unique correction response curve which compensates for the equalization for playback in large theater-sized auditoriums inherent in motion picture soundtracks. ...


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Andrew D Hendrickson: Method and apparatus for remote control and synchronization allowing for simultaneous remote collaboration. LucasArts Entertainment Company, Irell & Manella, November 15, 1994: US05365579 (19 worldwide citation)

The system of the present invention includes a sending studio where a motion picture soundtrack is produced and a receiving studio where the motion picture is viewed while the soundtrack is transmitted from the senior studio. The system includes communications terminals at both the sending and recei ...


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Tomlinson Holman: Timbre correction units for use in sound systems. LucasArts Entertainment Company, Thomas A Gallagher, February 23, 1993: US05189703 (16 worldwide citation)

Spectral imbalance when playing home video versions of motion pictures is overcome by a frequency response correction unit which compensates for the equalization employed during the production of motion picture sound tracks designed for playback over the standard X-curve. In addition, the frequency ...


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Tomlinson Holman, David Schnuelle: Vertical interval test signal for detecting video system low-level luminance linearity and differential gain and phase errors. LucasArts Entertainment Company, Limbach & Limbach, October 4, 1994: US05353117 (8 worldwide citation)

A test signal for enabling control of picture fidelity in a distribution system for distributing a video signal that has a vertical interval including a number of lines. The test signal comprises plural luminance levels for testing luminance linearity. The luminance levels have a non-linear level re ...


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Holman Tomlinson: Systeme de sonorisation dambiance, Surround-sound system. Lucasarts Entertainment Company, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, December 1, 1992: CA1310919

Abstract of the Disclosure Spectral imbalance (alteration in timbre) when playing home video versions of motion pictures is overcome by re-equalization according to a unique correction response curve which compensates for the equalization for playback in large theater-sized auditoriums inherent in m ...


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Holman Tomlinson: Systeme de reproduction ambiophonique, Surround-sound system. Lucasarts Entertainment Company, FETHERSTONHAUGH & CO, June 14, 1994: CA1330200

Abstract of the Disclosure Spectral imbalance (alteration in timbre) when playing homevideo versions of motion pictures is overcome by re-equalizationaccording to a unique correction response curve which compensatesfor the equalization for playback in large theater-sizedauditoriums inherent in motio ...


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