On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 10:18 AM, Richard L. Hess
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Totally agree, except for this:
> Attempt to learn the Wood Effect and see if you can determine which
> channel is correct.
There is no "correct" on tape, LP or CD -- because there is no standard of
reproduction that will yield the proper result at the listener's ear. We
are stuck with two polarities just as we are stuck with two political
parties; one must pick and choose.
But yes, by all means, acquaint yourself with the Wood Effect, which is
pretty audible over any low-phase-shift loudspeaker -- and therein lies the
> On 2013-02-07 9:16 AM, Henry Borchers wrote:
>> "NEVER SUM TWO MONO TRACKS TOGETHER EVEN IF IN PHASE AND IN
>> ALIGNMENT. NEVER. ALWAYS KEEP THEM SEPARATE -- AND IT IS BETTER TO
>> ONLY COPY ONE OF THEM IN THE FIRST PLACE."
>> I should clarify, I don't plan on summing them into a file. However, I'm
>> am a little worried about users having phase cancelation issues if someone
>> were to play the file on a mono speaker (like on a phone or a tablet. Does
>> anybody know if the speaker on the iPad is mono or not?) where they manage
>> to sum left and right.
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