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Re: Studios (the building) have little to do with it

I know that experienced RECORDING ENGINEERS definitely make an effort to evaluate phase, polarity, and sound quality in commercial recordings. That is not to say everyone is a knowledgeable or experience recording engineer. That is also not to say that the commerical recording process is the same as the "audiophile" recording process. That is also not to say that I haven't personally witnessed piano mics out of phase on audiophile live to 2 track recordings either.

The commercial recorded multi-track process is a constructed craft in its own right. It is not trying to be a live to 2 track audiophile event. There is place and purpose on this earth for both types of recordings. But to imply that "they don't care" or "they don't know these great audiophile secrets we hold" is quite naive.
Cheers, EveAnna Manley, Manley Labs

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