Strider Posted November 11, 2008 Share Posted November 11, 2008 Okay, here's the deal...after recently seeing Stereolab in concert, I decided to dig up all my old Stereolab albums(must be about 20) and relisten to them in chronological order. While perusing the liner notes to "Margerine Eclipse", I read this bit of info: "RECORDED IN DUAL-MONO." I think I might know what that means, but I want to be sure, so if any of you sound recording geeks out there know, please give me the details. Why dual-mono and not stereo? What, if any, is the advantage? Why if it's mono, does it still sound like stereo when I listen to the record, with different sounds coming from left and right speakers? Do you have to set up the mics different in the studio to record as opposed to recording in stereo? Thanks, in advance, for any answers. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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