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iMac stereo channel delay?

mtk, modified 5 Years ago.

iMac stereo channel delay?

Youngling Posts: 1 Join Date: 11/8/17 Recent Posts

Hello

We’re building an asymmetrical stereo setup with three G1:s. We are two people working with computers and three G1:s is a perfect solution for our needs.

The thing is that the side speakers (right channels) are closer to the listening spots than the one in the middle.
I would like to have a simple delay (0,6 ms) for the right channel, but I haven’t found out any good plug-ins for my 2017 iMac so far. Does any of you guys have any ideas?

Thanks!