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  1. Just an interesting idea that I thought might be worth asking about..

    Say someone were to have a stereo audio track; would it be possible to cut out any pieces (or, frequencies, rather) of the track that are 100% identical in both the left and right tracks? I assume not properly, as it would create a lot of artifacts, but I could see some major use for it, so my curiosity was peaked.. perhaps someone with more experience (mine peaks at Audacity, lol) could elaborate more on this?
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  2. Invert one channel, then convert to mono. Only differences between channels will be left.
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    It has long been used (early 90ís) to create smaller audio files for the upcoming internet age.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joint_(audio_engineering)#Joint_stereo
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  4. Originally Posted by Case View Post
    It has long been used (early 90ís) to create smaller audio files for the upcoming internet age.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joint_(audio_engineering)#Joint_stereo
    It is used since stereo FM radio broadcast... since April 1961... (at least)
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