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Old 2007-03-27, 06:16   Link #20
Asuki-tan Kairin ↓
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Fürth (GER)
Age: 38

Only few microphones (often used for video cameras), have true stereo capability (even expensivve ones are often mono-mics, because a single point stereo mic usually cannot provide a good stereo recording... a good stereo recording needs some distance between two recording devices - mics). I suppose the best you can get out of it, is replicated mono (2 channel mono = stereo). Three things are necessary for true stereo: a) the soundcard (or other inputdevice) has to accept stereo (not every soundcard has stereo microphone support) b) the microphone has to support stereo (or you have to use 2, which is the best way to get true stereo) c) settings in the recording software have to be set right.
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