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Near-Coincident Pair

A stereo miking technique similar to coincident pair, although in this case the mics are set up with some distance in-between them. Depending on the specific technique (examples of this type are ORTF and NOS) the distance and the angle at which the two microphones are pointing will differ. This technique creates a more defined stereo image, although it may not sum to mono as well.

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