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Re: OT: final mixing and mastering of film score....hints?

On 7/22/64 11:59 AM, Per Boysen wrote:

you might want to make the stereo perspective extreme, because there
may come sync sound and dialog in the middle. There are plugins to
broaden or narrow a stereo image but you can do it manually as well
(with better control) by setting up this routing matrix: Clone the
signal into three channels. Revers stereo image for channel one, phase
invert and lower the level a tiny bit for channel two and make channel
three mono. Now, these three channels is your tool to achieve all
kinds of stereo perspective, from the broadest that sounds wider than
physical speaker positions to a punchy and focused up-your-face mix,
and you get full mono compatibility in the package. The process also
opens up for tricks like processing different parts of the stereo
image differently (level balancing, EQ, compression).

hi Per,
any chance you can put that into equations?
In English, I can't even work out how you'd mix the 3
"channels" to regain the original mix.
(or is that the point?)