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How to use "Quadraphonics" in context?
Quadraphonics is a music genre that utilizes four simultaneous tones (aka quadraphonic analog audio signals) to create a five-channel sound. Quadraphonic sound typically refers to music recordings and playback devices that reproduce this format, although aesthetic qualities such as spatial separation and directionality may be present in any auditory experience. Some argue that quadraphonics was the first commercially successful electronic music genre. While it peaked in popularity in the 1970s and 1980s, it remains a popular subgenre of electronic music.
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