Stereo Synthesizer

Posted on Aug 12, 2012

There are many ways to create a stereo effect. If you were miking a piano, a string section, or some other large sound source, you`d probably stick up a pair of directional mikes and assign them left and right. But what if you want to `enlarge` a lead vocalist? Or, how about other inherently mono instruments like an electric guitar or a synthesizer? Well, you could delay one side or use a Harmonizer or some other related gadgetry, but generally with this method the stronger the effect you create, the more you`ll jeopardize mono compatibility.

Stereo Synthesizer
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As mentioned earlier, different frequency ranges appear at the two outputs, depending on the setting of the controls. To be a little more specific, the actual crossover points are as follows (it helps to look at the graph): Frequencies below 200 Hz. are a

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