rear surround effect

Discussion in 'Mastering' started by audiolover71, May 24, 2005.

  1. audiolover71

    audiolover71 Guest

    Is there any way to use sound forge to creat a clear rear surround effect?
     
  2. Michael Fossenkemper

    Michael Fossenkemper Distinguished past mastering moderator Well-Known Member

    what are you trying to do? your questions are not very specific.
     
  3. audiolover71

    audiolover71 Guest

    i want use sound forge to make a nice surround effect
     
  4. Michael Fossenkemper

    Michael Fossenkemper Distinguished past mastering moderator Well-Known Member

    either you don't have a grasp on the english language or you are just f**king with us.
     
  5. audiolover71

    audiolover71 Guest

    I want the most of the music to come from the rear speakers of my surround sound setup is there a way to do this in sound forge
     
  6. audiolover71

    audiolover71 Guest

    And I think you could be a teacher to me in audio and the english language :D
     
  7. Massive Mastering

    Massive Mastering Well-Known Member

    I don't think SoundForge does 5.1...

    Try http:// to research...
     
  8. Michael Fossenkemper

    Michael Fossenkemper Distinguished past mastering moderator Well-Known Member

    Any DAW can be used for 5.1. It's basically just 6 outputs. If you want most of you music to come out of the rear speakers, Assign the tracks to the rear speakers.
     
  9. audiolover71

    audiolover71 Guest

    another adition to this is I'm using a stereo mix
     
  10. Michael Fossenkemper

    Michael Fossenkemper Distinguished past mastering moderator Well-Known Member

    See how things change when you give more information!

    well you can rent a z-sys or a TC6000 and you might be good to go. Another thing you can try is running the mix through dolby prologic and let it do it's thing and see how it turns out. Sometimes with the right mix, it can give a semi cool surround effect. sometimes not.
     
  11. Reggie

    Reggie Well-Known Member

    What is your surround system hooked up to? Sound card?

    Have you asked your cousin walters? He seems to be very knowledgeable in the types of questions you are asking.
     
  12. audiolover71

    audiolover71 Guest

    Yes, i think running a cable to my prologig dolby system would work
     
  13. Michael Fossenkemper

    Michael Fossenkemper Distinguished past mastering moderator Well-Known Member

    uhhg. not another troll
     
  14. TrilliumSound

    TrilliumSound Active Member

    :shock: Not this thread also ? :lol:
     
  15. audiolover71

    audiolover71 Guest

    can I create the rear speaker effect out of a stereo file?
     
  16. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    The only thing like that I have heard of is known as the "Hafler Effect" ...

    Take the (-) feed from one speaker, the (+) feed from the other and run them to a third rear speaker, or a pair of rear speakers..

    In the case of a single speaker in the rear, hook the (+) to (+) and (-) to (-) ... if you have 2 rear speakers hook the (+) to the (+) of the first speaker and the (-) to the (-) of the second ... then hook the (-) of the first speaker to the(+) of the second ....

    What you get is an extrapilation of "difference signal" in the rear speakers ... all the ambient info will eminate from these rear speakers ... Surround circa 1969!
     

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