Most techniques of stereo recording have been developed for fixed stage applications. That is, they are designed to simulate a listener's relationship to an audio event, preserving as much spatial information-depth, left-right imaging, and room characteristics as is deemed desirable. Much debate is made of the technical elegance and aesthetic appropriateness of one technique or another. For many real life applications, however, these parameters are irrelevant. This study explores some such situations, and discusses how standard procedures may apply.
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