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 Post subject: Mixing in mono
PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 8:15 pm 
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I was wondering if anyone here ever checked their mix in Mono once they were done.

I know we spend a lot of time working on the perfect stereo mix, but is any time spent making sure that it translates to mono?

Furthermore, besides the obvious loss of the stereo field, how else would a mono listen provide that stereo doesn't?

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Listening in mono is helpful when seeing how frequencies may stack up or mask other elements in mix, once not separated by panning.

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