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Making It Move: Psychoacoustic Manipulation Of The Stereophonic Listening Experience
Techniques to add another dimension of creativity to mixes as well as to present a wider and deeper spatial soundscape.
By Chris Mitchell • July 11, 2019

Digital mixing consoles offer engineers access to an incredible range of techniques we can utilize to create great mixes. For now, with few exceptions, nearly all those mixes are created for stereo reproduction, a phenomenon which exploits the brain’s ability to discern direction and relative distance of sounds arriving at our ears at slightly different times.

Clement Ader is credited with the first use of stereophonic reproduction in 1881. The French engineer used two telephone lines to broadcast live performances from the Paris Opera to special rooms at the Paris Electrical Exhibition. Listeners were amazed by the realism stereo provided...

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