Its a wonder I get anything done at all, its good for social media and internet stuff but falls over whenever a musical note comes anywhere near. Just to point out my phone is faster with more memory. 16gb memory on my phone. So my phone is more powerful than my laptop and pc combined. But its not all bad at least I did n't burn my sausages. Pork and apple, well nice, I can eat sausages till they come out my ears.
When my system does decide to work it barely does the job. But its enough: just. I bought a sound bar to add to my telly. Which is very treble and next to no bass my monitor speakers are a joke I dropped them whilst moving the desk they where on so they don't work properly, internal damage probably. But my star buy are my bluetooth headphones with extra bass I must say these are excellent I use them to mix with. left and right panning for all my music is optimised for headphones so if you have not tried listening to my music through headphones give it a go you will be pleased im sure. oh and not those stupid ear plugs for mobile phones get a proper headset.
I would like to arrange a 180 degree sound experience like speakers are supposed to give you but unfortuneatly I can't place the sound where I want along the 180 degree arc. My system is optimised for a headphone experience. Don't get me wrong my music does play on stereo speakers but I have not been able to place the sound at a specific distance along the arc as I would like.
Imagine the conductor leading a work. His sound experience is what I have in mind each section a specific distance along the arc from left to right and specific volumes for each section to mimic distance away from his ear. Even better than that though is to consider an ideally placed audience member and mix for that audience member. With todays surround sound systems it is possible to place speakers at strategic places around the audience to give an immersive sound experience.
Awesome surround sound comes expensive though way outside my budget.
well thats me for now signing off