[ProAudio] Removing Crosstalk Was: stereo perception through headphones

Richard L. Hess lists at richardhess.com
Sun Feb 2 17:01:27 EST 2020

Studer has that on some machines--I'm thinking stereo machines.

On 2020-02-02 1:06 p.m., Corey Bailey Audio Engineering via ProAudio wrote:
> Somewhat off topic but:
> Some years ago, a colleague of mine (John Windt of Windt Audio) came 
> up with a method of reducing the crosstalk on a 24 track recorder. It 
> involved injecting a small amount of signal from the adjacent channels 
> into the signal & phase cancelling some of the crosstalk. It actually 
> helped somewhat but it made aligning a multitrack machine a real PITA 
> so, the idea was abandoned. I remember trying to think of another use 
> for those daughter boards.
> Cheers,
> Corey
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> www.baileyzone.net
> On 1/30/2020 6:44 PM, Edward Gosfield III via ProAudio wrote:
>> But he also designed a stereo processing system which he intends to 
>> "remove crosstalk" through a set of methods including a 'universal 
>> filter', but culminating in individualized in-ear-canal measurements 
>> and a software package.
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Richard L. Hess                   email: richard at richardhess.com
Aurora, Ontario, Canada           http://www.richardhess.com/
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