|Type / Tags||SpatialMid-SideMid-Side Encoder DecoderMS|
What is the MSLR?
The MSLR is an MS audio processor. It can works in three modes:
- Encoder (converts the LR input signal to the MS output signal).
- Decoder (converts the MS input signal to the LR output signal).
- Inline (allows to affect on the Mid and Side components of the stereo signal without the need to convert the input LR signal to the MS signal).
How is the MSLR used?
The MSLR audio processor contains of the MS encoder and decoder, and three audio mixers. These components will be interconnect differently when you change the mode with the big white knob.
Encoder Mode (LR-MS)
Use this mode to convert the input LR signal to the output MS signal.
Decoder Mode (MS-LR)
Use this mode to convert the input MS signal to the output LR signal.
Inline Mode (LR-MS-LR)
Use this mode to affect on the Mid and Side components of the stereo signal without the need to convert the input LR signal to the MS signal.
Throughout the whole path of the audio signal you able to change the gain of the signal in range -24 dB to +12 dB on each audio mixer. Also you can mute or change polarity of the selected channel.