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Old 05-09-2020, 11:03 AM
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Default Basic panning fundamentals, using math without heavy math

Mono track containing "Take A", center-panned. Stereo track containing "Take A" in both channels.

1. How much louder is the stereo track compared to the mono track when:
a. Stereo track is hard panned <100 and 100>
b. Stereo track is centered / mono-summed 0 and 0

Two stereo tracks, each with "Take A" in both channels. One stereo track is hard panned <100 and 100> and the other stereo track is centered 0 and 0. Why does the centered track sound louder?

I don't need a math thesis, I am just trying to understand mono/stereo panning at a basic level.
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