Left, Right (Stereo) Sound Test. A simple stereo test which checks if your speakers are correctly associated with their respective channels. When your audio connectors are color-coded, red is associated with the Right channel, by convention. It won't sound any better, but will help you to make the "right" choice when your audio cables are in a mess! Stereophonic sound was pioneerd by Alan Dower Blumlein in 1931. Until then, people believed the ideal system consisted of an infinite number of microphones reproduced through an infinite number of speakers.
At center, left and right levels are equal; panning to the left or right simply turns up the level to one side while simultaneously turning down the level to the other. Pan positions in the center or part of the way between left and right have sound coming out of both speakers-even though the signal seems to be positioned at a particular spot between the speakers, it’s a phantom position-an illusion. Naturally, there will be slight phase differences between the two actual signal sources, and this is a normal part of amplitude-based stereo panning.
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Left & Right" is the second single from neo soul musician D'Angelo's album Voodoo. The song features guest vocals by hip hop duo Method Man & Redman who also co-wrote the song. The music video was directed by Malik Sayeed. A part of the musical collective Soulquarians, Dilla served as a frequent collaborator of theirs.
Panning half-left and half-right is often a good solution. Bear in mind however that you should always check that a mix sounds good in mono. 5. A stereo pair of microphones should be panned hard left and hard right. If you have used any of the common stereo microphone configurations where the microphones are balanced across the stereo sound stage, then they should normally be panned hard left and hard right. 6. Check your pans on headphones. What sounds good on loudspeakers doesn't always sound good on headphones or earbuds, particularly hard pans.
|Left Right (Radio Cut)||3:43|
|Left Right (Original Mix)||4:14|
|Left Right (Short Mix)||3:13|
|Left Right (Another Mix)||5:14|
|Left Right (Club Mix)||5:14|
|383 0043 5||Check Your Pan||Left Right (CD, Maxi)||G.I.B.||383 0043 5||Germany||1996|
|383 0043 7||Check Your Pan||Left Right (12", Maxi)||G.I.B.||383 0043 7||Germany||1996|
|none||Check Your Pan||Left Right (5xFile, FLAC)||G.I.B. Music||none||2014|