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Offline morst

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Re: Backwards DIN
« Reply #30 on: December 11, 2019, 11:08:00 PM »
It also won't matter much for very (overly?) widely spaced arrangements, where angling the microphones inwards can actually help unify central pickup and solidify the middle by placing center sources more on-axis with both microphones and by reducing the level difference between channels for off-center sources to some degree.
this is the solution to what I was referring to as the hole in the middle
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Re: Backwards DIN
« Reply #31 on: December 12, 2019, 05:00:58 AM »
Its near-spaced configurations where two relevant aspects come into play...
2) And now I can't remember the other one.. uh, time to go eat.

I am sorry, I forgot. Enjoy your meal!

Reminds me of my one experiment with PAS near coincident shotguns in a medium sized room.  Strange imaging.  Yeah, that’s a bit apples to oranges. 

I have old shotguns too. I should try to use it. I will not disturb this posts, I will ask in OMT.

It also won't matter much for very (overly?) widely spaced arrangements, where angling the microphones inwards can actually help unify central pickup and solidify the middle by placing center sources more on-axis with both microphones and by reducing the level difference between channels for off-center sources to some degree.
this is the solution to what I was referring to as the hole in the middle

I'd love to try it. I hope I will have the opportunity someday.

 

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