I haven''t but I been known to have swapped channels or remixed tracks due to hearing differences in each ear. The BRG used to put most old Beatles vocals in the center.
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I've seen "mixing" controls where the knob starts at 6:00 and rotates clockwise. As it does, it slowly collapses the stereo soundstage until, at 12:00, it is mono. Keep rotating clockwise and it ultimately reverses channel content when it reaches 6:00 again. Pretty cool but, obviously, not "pure high end" enough for our crowd.
A little different, maybe off subject.. BUT
Trinaural processor, is why James B did it.. he was a good musician, and the reason for the analog center speaker, idea.. That’s what he told me. Something was missing? Maybe!
He said, I’d have to train myself to listen to a WHOLE new way of sound reproduction.
The way it was meant to be (according to him).. Pretty serious Jazz keyboard guy.. Heck of an amp designer...Ampzilla....
I liked it with a couple of VMPS Planar setups.. very VERY nice.. He did a "live" playback with Brian C of VMPS..
live, recorded, and played back, all the same evening..Amazing reproduction...