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Joined: 02/01/2014 03:11:24
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So, as I understand it, music can have width and depth. Therefore, can music have height? Can you make sound move up and down in front of the listener?
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Joined: 30/03/2012 20:51:58
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Height in a stereo recording is usually defined by frequency, and when using real HI-FI speakers, like say a pair of klipschorns which are the size of refridgerators, the highs come out the top and the lows come out the bottom, that's another way of thinking about highs, mids, and lows, as the height of the sound

I know that this site has a graph showing dimensions and talks about it, but I couldn't quickly find the page, the whole site is an amazing read

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so, yes

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