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Old 26-03-2013, 01:32 AM   #8
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Re: Panning in Electronic Music

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Originally Posted by statisticquill View Post
I always assumed that panning was used more in "acoustic" music, because it lends itself better to the listening environment - no clubs, generally listened to on a home stereo, headphones, a car or whatever.
"Acoustics" should be studied and considered regardless of what type of music you make, or what spectum of the audio industry you inhabit.

I know a myriad sound board operators and audio technicians at clubs who just don't give two shits where they place their speakers and levels, just cause they're getting paid and claim they are "professionals". There is only "loud" to them.

Acoustics are the difference between listening from the inside of a piano and putting that piano player upside down on the ceiling of a church.

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