Yes! Minus 96 dB is the theoretical dynamic range of a 16 bit signal. (In reality a
dither signal of about 4dB or more, together with other unwanted noise, would reduce the actual dynamic range.)
Fritz mixes his first CD and wants to ‘fatten’ the lead guitar. To do this he adds a 10ms
delay and splits the signal left and right with the original completely on the left and the 10ms delay totally to the right.
No matter what he does, the lead guitar seems to only come from the left. To overcome this he boosts the guitar on the
right by 12 dB, but then it seems to just come from the right. Which effect has Fritz unwittingly stumbled upon?
The precedence (Haas) effect
The doppler effect
The phase cancellation effect
The frequency shift effect
The Fletcher-Munson effect
The proximity effect
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