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The problem is most likely to do with the input attenuation. The waveform in the OP looks like the digital converter is clipping. I recommend you attenuate the microphone input to fix this. Start at the highest level of attenuation (-18dB) and then decrease until clipping starts, then reduce back one level.


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I think hard panning as opposed to 50%L/R is just personal preference - nothing to do with phase cancellation. Obviously with hard L/R you will get a wider stereo sound-stage - I think it just depends on what you want in the mix. You can also try and introduce some chorus and delay to give you even more depth to the sound.


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I have a recording of my self and someone else as me a tv is in the back round can I take out the tv


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