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Phantom Center or Center Channel for Dialog in Adobe Audition -Ambisonic

In this clip, audio guru Mark Edward Lewis from Cinema Sound shows us how to choose when to put Dialog in the center channel or in phantom mono (phantom center) and shows us some fun effects along the way.

THIS SHOULD ONLY BE. LISTENED TO IN HEADPHONES because it is. This is an ambisonic video – so DO NOT WATCH on anything but headphones! The Cinema Sound Headphones preferably!

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