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Mixing Techniques for Multi-Channel (Left/Center/Right) Sound Reinforcement Systems
An increasing number of sound system designers are implementing multi-channel (primarily Left/Center/Right) sound reinforcement systems for both permanent installation, touring and show applications. Due to the large size of most performance venues and the speaker locations required to provide a stereo listening environment, the arrival times of the direct sound from primary speaker sources can be widely varying. Mixing techniques will be discussed and demonstrated through the use of auralizations. Basic mixing guidelines will be outlined.
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