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Cheap Speakers and the Universal Mix

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#1 Kaspian   Members   

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Posted 24 June 2000 - 05:52 PM

I''m having a problem where a tune I''ve made is giving off a somewhat Flangie sound when played on a cheap set of computer speakers. Do you think it''s a limitation of the speakers or is there perhaps too much reverb or something like that which is causing the problem?

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Posted 26 June 2000 - 05:44 AM

One thought, either the soundcard or the speakers have spatialization built in and turned on. This is a type of audio processing that typically makes a stereo field sound wider than the distance between the speakers. I''ve known it to also amplify blemishes or distort other audio processing {such as reverb and chorus.} If either does have spatialization, they''ll have a marking like SRS(o),Super Stereo, or 3D Wide Sound. In this case, see if there is a way of disabling it.

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