Conventional mixing wisdom states that when panning elements in a mix, you’re free to utilize the entire left-to-right spectrum. With the exception of elements like kick, bass and lead vocal that are generally are panned to the center, tracks can be placed anywhere in the left-right panorama. But there’s a different panning strategy, referred to as LCR (left-right-center) that turns the conventional approach on its head, by restricting all track panning to either hard left, hard right or dead center, and a lot of pro engineers are using it very successfully. Read the article
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