camillo jr wrote: What is "Bass shuffling"?
majool wrote: i'm a little lost though as to how it would work for m/s mastering as you mentioned. is there no decoder? also, what about the 6dB gain drops?
fader8 wrote:camillo jr wrote: What is "Bass shuffling"?
If you think of a stereo mix as being three components, left, right, and center, or Mid, and together the Sides of the stereo image, then you can consider that the perceived width could be changed by increasing the gain of the sides and decreasing the center of the image.
Bass shuffling is when you do this only with the bass components of the signal.
majool wrote:here's my simple m/s duties setup.
camillo jr wrote:Since bass tends to be omnidirectional, how does this effect the stereo width? Or is it done for another reason?
majool wrote:it's a great and quick tool, but unfortunately i haven't been able to get complete cancellation when testing it (near complete though) which makes me a bit skeptical and old fashioned.
I've split the stereo track to two pairs of mono aux's, assigned L, R, L, R respectively. The polarity and the panning is swapped for the second pair. The linear EQ's on aux 3 & 4 allow you to swap low shelves for high shelves, depending on whether you want to "decentralize" the high end or low end.
majool wrote:thanks fader 8 for sharing.
here's my simple m/s duties setup. alas, i think i figure out how to upload! sorry for the multiple posts
lagerfeldt wrote:David, shouldn't this be in the Templates subforum?
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