If the effect sounds good why do anything to fix it.
From: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] On Behalf Of Kenny
Sent: Thursday, 18 May 2017 9:22 PM
To: PC Audio Discussion List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: How Does 20th Century Radio Upscale their OTR Shows?
Sounds well beyond my brain capacity.
I just like hearing how Richard Diamond sounds so different when the files
are encoded this way. Does destroy the nostalgia feel though.
What program is used to create such an effect. Just would like to play with
a few files to see how different the main characters sound in stereo.
At 10:46 PM 5/15/2017, you wrote:
>Although the effect sounds great initially, it's really not good to do
>this to files. Most I've heard like this actually introduce a fraction
>of a second delay between channels to achieve this effect.
>If you get a file like this and want to fix it, you can just pan one
>channel to the center while muting the other. I've heard the term
>stereoize to describe what you're hearing, and I try to fix this
>whenever I come across a file like this. If you simply convert one of
>these files to mono without muting one of the channels, then the file
>has a weird sound quality to it because of the channel delay being
>pressed into one channel.
>On May 15, 2017, at 5:55 PM, Kenny <richardkenny...@gmail.com> wrote:
>I'm one who enjoys listening to OTR shows on my Victor Reader Stream
>2 on a daily basis.
>I'm noticing a few of the stations (20th Century Radio for instance)
>seem to be broadcasting their stream in stereo. Very odd for I know
>that most, if not all OTR shows were recorded in momo.
>How are they able to get low quality momo files to sound this good?
>Would love to know their secret for I have a few mystery Old Time Radio
>shows I'd love to hear in stereo (Lights Out and Inner Sanctum in