Phase cancellation occurs when two frequency signals stop responding, resulting in the reduction of the overall level of the signal. This often occurs when a track is doubled or the phase is reversed. There are several ways to determine if a pass has been cancelled. One way is if the sound is full or it is mixed in such a way that it sounds shallow. Although a Stereo Analyzer is often used, the most productive way to determine phase cancellation is by fixing the problem before it occurs: that is, in the recording phase. This article explains step-by-step how to prevent this issue before it can occur.
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