The Phase Corrector identifies any monophonic component(s) common to a reference channel and the channel(s) being corrected, and then measuring the timing differences between them. If any such errors are detected, the system recreates the signals so that they are accurately aligned. It will track any changes in the error, dynamically updating the amount of correction it applies at any given moment. A manual mode allows you to shift a signal by as little as 0.01 samples – an offset of just 0.1 microseconds at 96kHz. A sophisticated filter minimises the chance that the detector will be fooled by unusual signals that contain little or no monophonic components, so that CEDAR Cambridge should never generate false corrections and introduce phase/time errors of its own.
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