When a signal is out of phase it creates comb filtering problems, and when a signal has offset timing it can also create comb filtering, however it can also create a bigger/wider (if panned left and right) sound, but I am curious to what happens if you invert the polarity AND offset the timing. What would happen? would it sound terrible? would it sound whacked out in the awesomest way? When I get a chance to find out I’ll put it up here and we’ll know, but if anyone has any links to anything like that I’d love to see them.

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