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Re: What is wrong with this wave form?
« Reply #15 on: June 23, 2017, 07:21:49 PM »
Or just reverse the polarity on one channel to see what happens
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Re: What is wrong with this wave form?
« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2017, 03:05:53 PM »
That is two channels out of phase with each other.
I think I only see one channel, how can one channel be out of phase?


Well I acquired a used sonic studios preamp to use with my sonic mics and during testing of the preamp on playback I noticed that when i got close to my front door there was hum or feedback every time I got close to that door or also a window..... strange so when I saw the weird looking waveform I wondered if that was a give away to what the real problem is with this hum or feedback?
House wiring forming a radio transmitter near the walls and doors?
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Re: What is wrong with this wave form?
« Reply #17 on: June 25, 2017, 03:25:41 PM »
That is two channels out of phase with each other.
I think I only see one channel, how can one channel be out of phase?


Well I acquired a used sonic studios preamp to use with my sonic mics and during testing of the preamp on playback I noticed that when i got close to my front door there was hum or feedback every time I got close to that door or also a window..... strange so when I saw the weird looking waveform I wondered if that was a give away to what the real problem is with this hum or feedback?
House wiring forming a radio transmitter near the walls and doors?
CDWav displays its output as only one stereo waveform. This is because it is an editing program and does not require being split out into two in order to cut tracks.
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