Questions tagged [phase]

A distinct period or stage in a process of change or forming part of something's development.

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How much phase cancellation is acceptable?

I downloaded an instrumental made by a professional producer who made one of the top trending songs in my country. I checked the average db (integrated LUFS) for a small part of the intrumental. In ...
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Why are doubled vocals usually panned left and right?

Why don't people usually have the doubled vocal go down the middle (i.e. two vocal takes in mono) - and then pan that combination left and right using a doubler plugin. I heard someone say its to ...
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How do I detect phasing and prevent it when doubling vocals?

I'm referring to "artificial" doubling using the waves doubler. How many ms delay do I need to prevent phasing in mono? If I delay by 8ms on both the left and right side is that past the ...
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Harmonic Series Phase Difference?

Good day stack family, I'm trying to figure out the phase degrees within the harmonic series (pictured below) to understand consonance and dissonance within the harmonic series through the phase of ...
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In one note played on a piano, say C4, what can we say about the phases of the different frequencies heard?

Say C4 is played. There are the harmonics, and then other frequencies of lesser amplitude. Based on how a string vibrates, can we describe a pattern to the phases of these frequencies?
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Amp with 90 degree phase shift

I trying to find an amp that I can shift the phase 90 degrees, or an add-on that'll allow me to shift the phase 90 degrees. Does anyone have knowledge on a brand or model that has made such products ...
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What does a goniometer (sound) show?

In looking into 2D representations of audio, I came across a tool called a goniometer. I'm aware that a goniometer refers also to a device for measuring angles, but in this context it refers to one ...
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How to learn to play 'out of phase' with yourself?

There's a Piano piece by Steve Reich called piano phase, in which the same notes are played on 2 pianos (usually by different people), but over time, they shift out of phase with each other. Here's ...