To compare in relative force, importance, value, etc.; to estimate.
equal strength provided to both left and right stereo channels.
To distribute two channels of a stereo clip between the left and right channels. See also pan.
The relative volume level between two channels, usually the left and right channels. May also refer to the relative volume between front and rear channels of an audio system. To make the same or equal also see: AKA: Antonym: Source: http://www.the12volt.com/glossary/glossary.asp
1) The subjective relationship between the relative loudness of the upper and lower halves of the audio spectrum; "tonal balance." 2) The relative loudness of the instruments in a performing group. 3) Equality of signal level between the left and right stereo channels, which centers the soundstage and allows mono program material to image at the center. Also called channel balance.
Used as a bouncy contrast to the smooth flow of the other figures, a balance is done holding hands while stepping together and apart in four beats at a certain place in the music. Used before a swing, it is most easily done by stepping forward and back with a little arm tension. Stepping to the right, then kicking right (with your free foot), then stepping left and kicking left is another option used frequently when balancing in wavy lines and sometimes before a swing.
Partners, or those designated by Caller, take right hands. Hop on the left foot and cross the right, hop on the right foot and cross the left. Repeat once.
A control that changes the relative volume level in two or more channels
Sound level adjustment between left and right speaker.
The amount left to pay on a debt.
something left after other parts have been taken away; "there was no remainder"; "he threw away the rest"; "he took what he wanted and I got the balance"
A control for adjusting the relative levels between loudspeakers.
The relative volume levels of various instruments or tracks.
Used to change the relative loudness between the left and right channels in a stereo system. One channel is made louder by reducing the level of the other. cf. PAN (q.v.). Total stereo output power is kept constant with a 3dB increase in level when the control is centred.
The relative level of various instruments within a mix.... ( more)
1) The relative level of two or more instruments in a mix, or the relative level of audio signals in the channels of a stereo recording. 2) To make the relative levels of audio signals in the channels of a stereo recording even.
The relative volume level between two channels, usually the left and right channels of a stereo signal. May also refer to the relative volume between front and rear channels of an audio system (normally referred to as fading). To make the same or equal.
Control that changes the volume of the left and right stereo channels.
This refers to the control for the level of sound coming out of the left or right speakers. If you turn the balance control all the way in either direction, you can isolate the sound to the left or right channel, which helps in troubleshooting whether both speakers are connected properly. Other than that, the balance control can fine-tune volume levels to compensate for sound conditions in the room.
The relative loudness between the left and right channel signals.
Relative volume levels of various audio/tracks of incoming sources.