Hey what's up : )
Recently you posted in a thread about panning issues. I was wondering if you could explain your post to me a little more in-depth because it sounds very useful. I just dont quite understand. Thank you so very much!
Originally Posted by ItzWhyteOut
If you are coming out of your headphone jack, you are probably using a guitar cable (which is mono)...
Regardless, however you are doing it, you are having the "left" channel coming out of both speakers... So you hear audio out of both speakers, but both are the "left" channel... So when you pan "right", you hear nothing... As you pan "left", you begin to hear the track again...
Your overall sequence is "stereo"... If you look at the meters, you will see differences between "left" and "right", but that has nothing to do with what you hear when you listen to your speakers hooked up incorrectly.
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2. decide which tool is the proper one to use; and
3. use it effectively
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