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Somebody at Synthrotek, delay kit from first post, recommanded this instead. This is what he said: "Since it is modeled after a bucket brigade styled delay, you're never going to just get a strict clean reproduction of the input audio".
Anybody sees a problem with this new way?
In post 2; that has 0-4 seconds of delay. That is a very long delay.
I have used delays to make the sound from all speakers to hit the ear at the same time.
The speed of sound is 343m/second or 1,125 ft/s
Haas effect is about 20mS delay, I think.
ok, if you think #1 is good enough, I can try, but I think reading stuff on diymobileaudio forum, for rear fill Haas effect a mono signal is enough (L-R or L+R, not sure). I need to do more reading. Thanks