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    Thanks for this post. Very informative for us Noobs getting the home recording scene.

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    Very helpful post. I am very new to the world of analog-to-digital recording and I found the information to be very easy to follow.

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    nice info thanks you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by arcadeko View Post
    Now pan one track completely to the left, the other to the right. The tracks should be almost identical but just different enough to give you a rich wide sound that can not be achieved by using a single mono track.
    I just realised why stereo delays sound so good. "Phased thickening" of the sound at below 0.07ms or so delay time. The stereo aspect! Doh!

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    Thanks for the tutorial. I shall have to read over it a few times and put it into practise before I take it all in.

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    Very good article, seeing as I am looking for an interface at the moment. Many thanks!

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    Superior tutorial. Bests!

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