RE: mixing, acoustics question


Subject: RE: mixing, acoustics question
From: Mauricio Duarte-Neira (039166d) (039166d@acadiau.ca)
Date: Fri Jul 30 2004 - 08:03:07 EDT


>If they're all exactly in phase, you'll just get amplification.
>Otherwise you'll get some sort of delay-related effect: phasing,
>flanging, echo--depends on how big the offset.
>--Ryan.

 
An interesting effect if you are a turntablist :)
 
Mauricio
 

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Sent: Thu 7/29/2004 4:25 PM
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Subject: Re: mixing, acoustics question

If they're all exactly in phase, you'll just get amplification.
Otherwise you'll get some sort of delay-related effect: phasing,
flanging, echo--depends on how big the offset.
--Ryan.

Quoting Mediadrome@aol.com:

> What happens acoustically, if you duplicate a track on digital
> recorder so
> that you have 2 or 3 tracks playing the same stuff (they're all
> panned the same
> way). Theoretically, should you get phase problems? chorusing?
> thanks
>
> mediadrome
> international audiochrome, inc.
>
>




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