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Old 30th March 2009 , 11:27 AM
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Question Laymans terms needed on M/S processing

could some one point me in the direction of an explanation easily understood or explain in simple terms the reasoning behind M/S processing and its benefits in a mix?

is this a valuable tool and on what type of sounds does it apply to?

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could some one point me in the direction of an explanation easily understood or explain in simple terms the reasoning behind M/S processing and its benefits in a mix?

is this a valuable tool and on what type of sounds does it apply to?

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Great article Frank!
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cheers Frank, i did come accross that article but overlooked it as i thought it was to do with recording for M/S but now having read it it goes on to explain how to apply this technique with pre recorded sources
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No problem Paul. I'll tell you that in my own work I rarely use M/S processing aside from using it correctively. For example, if I'm given a mix that needs more low end anchor or needs to have the center information brought up or pulled down or EQ'd separately (relatively). I don't use it for stereo widening as it can produce some very weird phase relationships when over used.

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No problem Paul. I'll tell you that in my own work I rarely use M/S processing aside from using it correctively. For example, if I'm given a mix that needs more low end anchor or needs to have the center information brought up or pulled down or EQ'd separately (relatively). I don't use it for stereo widening as it can produce some very weird phase relationships when over used.

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ah ok so you use it for over all mixs mainly, i think il leave it be for now, really just asking because got a free M/S plug from voxengo so wanted to see what all the fuss was about

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ah ok so you use it for over all mixs mainly, i think il leave it be for now, really just asking because got a free M/S plug from voxengo so wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
I do...I almost never used M/S mic'ing.

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