Image Individuation for 3-D experience w 2 speakers
I find that when each instrument has its own position in the "soundstage", it's own sense of acoustic space, it's own signature of reverb, the listening experience is more emotionally involving. Almost as if each instrument was a different person at a gathering, or a different element in a painting.
A synthesizer might produce a backdrop, while a mandolin and an Ute trade riffs up front, and then a singer pops up right in the middle with a 12 string guitar, while interesting percussive devices propel things along, each in their unique locations... What makes this work well? and what screws it up? I'm doing pretty well with my open baffle speakers and my own re-optimization of the Bob Carver Holographic generator, but am interested in any thoughts from others. :cool:
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