Connect CAN CONTROL
in-line before your headphone monitoring output.
Turn the CAN CONTROL
master volume level down low.
Play some music.
Pink Floyd's 'Dark side of the moon' is a good example of music that
benefits from crossfeed, but there are many others (most in fact).
Turn the master
volume back up to a listening
level that you're happy with.
Mute the left (L) or
right (R) hand side with the mute buttons at the top corners of the
green window so that you're only listening to one side.
Switch on & off the
crossfeed with the round black button labeled 'X' or by clicking the
crossfeed on/off switches in the green window.
Play with the 'High
Loss F' (frequency) and 'High Loss G' (gain) & 'Delay' parameters to
adjust to your own head for a sound coming at an angle in front which
sounds as close as possible to what you hear from your monitor speaker
on that side instead of inside your head like you would normally hear on
your headphones (especially closed back types). You won't hear any
difference with a mono record, but for sounds recorded only on one
channel & in between, you should get a significant effect that gives a
sense of some extra space.
Adjust the crossfeed
gain (X Gain) and left/right gain (LR Gain) parameters if necessary.
Switch the muted
channel back on, so that you're now listening to both left and right
Adjust master EQ
section parameters if necessary. You may find the need to cut bass
frequencies between 250-500Hz by 1 to 2dB using the Low Shelf, but in
some cases you may not! It's a balance of what you're monitoring &
Use your ears and
some trial & error adjusting and listening to different types of music,
saving yourself some presets with settings you're happy with as you go.