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  1. Kazibei

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    Stereo (or Stereophonic sound) is the reproduction of sound using two or more independent audio channels in a way that creates the impression of sound heard from various directions, as in natural raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfo (Monaural or monophonic sound reproduction) has audio in a single channel, often centered in the “sound field”. i.e. and stereo (Stereophonic) are classification of sound.
  2. Gogami

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    Feb 27,  · CD decks=L/R=2 outputs turntable=L/R=2 outputs DJ mixer channel inputs=L/R=2 inputs DJ mixer outputs=L/R=2 outputs unplug one side of each dj mixer input and listen then tell me you really only want to record that. Don't use XLR inputs to record to your daw. XLR inputs are for Mic level only. Not line level from a mixer.
  3. Mular

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    Jan 28,  · One experience that I have (for example with the mono vs. Stereo of Riverside Bill Evans/Interplay LP) is, that mono sometimes has a louder level, which can have some advantage. Same with BN Burrell/Midnight blue (althought it's a fold down). Sometimes Mono has a richer bottom end. In other cases mono sounds more dull or undynamic.
  4. Morn

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    Mono Vs Stereo is an independent record label based in Franklin, Tennessee. Founded in
  5. Kazralmaran

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    Unfortunately, in the early 70's, when stereo replaced mono as the standard, re-releases of the music from the 60's used the stereo mixes, making the mono mixes less common. This continued in the 80's and later, when all that music was re-released on CD.
  6. Vugor

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    Apr 20,  · It's less of a mono vs. stereo sound issue (my record player is vintage and it's just not set up to give out mind-blowing sound, but rather 's sound), but it's more so a "what Frank Sinatra albums should I be on the lookout for that might have been completely re-recorded for stereo vs. mono, and/or what albums are missing tracks if you own.
  7. Nigar

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    It's a common question in many church sound system projects, "Will our system be mono or stereo?" What usually follows is a lengthy discussion about the applicability of mono sound systems versus stereo systems, the difference between two channel sound systems and stereo sound systems, the benefits and limitations of each, the architectural constraints and program requirements that will affect.
  8. Samuk

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    Mono and Stereo is a magazine in continuous evolution, frequently delivering content most relevant to our raycarsimpsicaperranavitytyre.xyzinfo ideas expressed herein are the opinions of the author (expressed under his First Amendment rights) and therefore their value and truth should be determined by the readers for themselves. No original content on this site may be reprinted or reused without permission.
  9. Faukora

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    Audio Engineering Student here, in , Stereo sound was just being introduced for the first time in commercial music. They didn't know how to create a "full" stereo sound mix when they mixed the music originally, so they would often just pan some tracks to the Left or Right channel entirely, much like The Beatles did during this time period. This was in an attempt to make the music sound.

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