On Sat, 2013-04-06 at 03:03 +0200, Peder Hedlund wrote:
I know, that's a misunderstanding, perhaps to my broken English. But
there are two channels for stereo and for both channels the data will be
reduced (I avoid to use the word "compressed" in this context). It's
psycho-acoustic data reduction, so how can be ensured that the
psycho-acoustic effect can keep the balance between the two channels,
regarding to the recorded room?
> It's exploiting the psychoacoustical fact that the sensitivity of our
The sound of an instrument will be the same as before, but the
impression of it's position in the room might change.
> There is an extension to MP3 called MP3 surround which is able to
Dimensions are dimensions, also for sound, but a common mistake is that
people already call 2D sound 3D sound.
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