- Jan 1, 1970
Not exactly "Wrong", but vastly oversimplified. Look up Sideband frequencies
in your resources that you use to learn about this stuff. It's an aural
illusion you're hearing more than anything else.
A solid grounding in FM theory will help a lot too -- there are lots of good
tutorials on the web, and you very well may find that some of the
limitations of your soundcard are shown out in this as you start dealing
with higher numbers of operators in more professional environments.
Doing as my research as I can this week, I still haven't found and
answer to how this "illusion" is generated by cancelling the identical
stereo signals. I've looked in detail about sidebands frequencies and
FM theory but still don't have a clue as to how the out-of-phase
signals are generated in CMS.