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Multichannel Signal Processing Tools - differences to multiple single channel processing
Changing sound recording and production from stereo to multichannel creates some new demands on the signal processing tools. Alone from a handling point of view there are advantages by integrating processing of multiple channels into one unit instead of using several in parallel. But many processing tasks simply need multichannel integration in order to function appropriately. Some of these tasks and proposed tools are presented, e.g. reverb, dynamics processing and format conversion.
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