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Precedence Panning And Stereoization (Video)

Understanding the use of time to control the balance of your mix.
This article is provided by the Pro Audio Files.

In the following video, we’re going to be talking about time.

Time is one of the most mysterious forces in all of existence, and the same is kind of true with the world of audio engineering.

Time has some very interesting properties that play into how we hear things.

What we’re going to be talking about specifically is very small increments of time, or what’s called the Haas Zone or Haas Effect, which is where time no longer becomes distinguishable as time, and instead we get some different stuff.




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