This video describes an example of what could have been bad audio, but turns out to be surprisingly not bad at all. But then there's a twist (2:52 - thank me later).
As usual I explain what went wrong, what could have additionally gone wrong, and what the potential solutions would have been.
Audio Masterclass Course Director David Mellor presents.
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P.S. This post may be dated April 1 but it is definitely no April Fools' joke.
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