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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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