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Re: [ARSCLIST] Technics SP-15 to computer nightmare
I always transfer in stereo and then process digitally to mono. Helps me
pick the quietest channel, or pieces therefrom, to work with.
Lou Judson wrote:
What about bringing the two channels together for mono? No doubt it
was recorded in mono...
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On May 14, 2009, at 9:38 AM, Malcolm Rockwell wrote:
Odd that this phasing observation should arise now.
I have been transferring some mono 1930s ARC test pressings in stereo
and noticed that the two signals were seemingly out of phase. I
initially thought it might be an incorrectly wired cart, but that
turned out not to be the case. Next I looked at the record groove -
normal. Then I looked at the signals on the computer again. The
run-in to the musical content IS out of phase (that's where all the
rumble shows up), but the musical signal itself is in phase!
Shelving at around 80 Hz and notching at both 60 and 120 Hz should do
the trick without adversely affecting the program content. I'm going
to try that.