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ďMost of the time, itís not so much the equipment as how you use it. Iíve heard people with really cheap studios do great recordings, and Iíve heard people that have worked in very good facilities come out with awful sounding recordings. So itís how itís used, and the quality of the engineer.Ē- Frank Gambale

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Stereo Miking Part 1: Mid-Side (M-S)
Demonstrates how M-S works
By Michael Schulze and Lorenz Rychner
Explains this hugely rewarding but often misunderstood miking setup, involving a figure-8 (bi-directional) mic and another mic that is usually a cardioid. Demonstrates the "matrixing" of recorded signals that allows adjustment of the perceived stereo width at the mixer, even after tracking has been completed.
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Stereo Miking Part 1: Mid-Side (M-S)
Demonstrates how M-S works
Michael Schulze and Lorenz Rychner
Explains this hugely rewarding but often misunderstood miking setup, involving a figure-8 (bi-directional) mic and another mic that is usually a cardioid. Demonstrates the "matrixing" of recorded signals that allows adjustment of the perceived stereo width at the mixer, even after tracking has been completed.

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