mono or stereo for live club show?

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spherop
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mono or stereo for live club show?

Post by spherop » Thu Apr 26, 2007 6:41 pm

do you always send mono to the mixer for a live show or stereo or depending?

my concern with stereo is mainly people's listening position ...but am still curious if some people do indeed send out L/R.

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Post by synnack » Thu Apr 26, 2007 6:46 pm

Personally I always require Stereo but I suppose it depends on the type of music.

If it's mono i may get weird phase canceling issues and the risk goes up that the overall sound will suck.

I also actually like the fact that with a stereo mix it will be a different experience depending on where you stand but I think that is unique to my kind of experimental slant.

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Post by Machinate » Thu Apr 26, 2007 7:34 pm

tempus3r wrote:I also actually like the fact that with a stereo mix it will be a different experience depending on where you stand but I think that is unique to my kind of experimental slant.
I don't think that's unique. Also, for the Club Experience (tm) some swirly high-end is great. That's why I always glue down the flanger button... :roll:
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