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Old 14th August 2019
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Originally Posted by Jamie Mac View Post
Isn't it also a question of semantics?
If you suggest sticking to 30 degrees and sit closer, you could also interpret that as changing the angle, depending on which point you choose to measure the triangle. Because you moved one point of the triangle while the others remain fixed, no?
You have to sit a bit forward, among other things due to spacing between your ears, but also because moving out of the tip degrades stereo a lot more than moving a bit in.

Since engineers will change position while working, the ideal spot is a bit forward at the average working position. That way the changes are very small if the engineer leans back on his chair for a bit, or leans forward to adjust an EQ etc.

Same with lateral movement.
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