@Fire Have you ever created and tested “blended” tracks? What I mean is a track that contains the identical script in both masked and ultrasonic form, perfectly synchronized of course. Since some people have better experiences using masked and other using ultras, I imagine it’s like having the best of both worlds. It’s also a way to ensure that the ultrasonic volume is calibrated to the masked and therefor can safely be used with earphones.
I have created such tracks in the past when both were identical in length (in hopes they’d be synchronized), re-storing as a lossless format obviously. But I didn’t experience things vividly enough to accurately blame it on the blend.
Because of the outcome of that test, I question if, even when perfectly synchronized, the subconscious interprets the voice-tracks as 2 separate people speaking (possibly reducing the effectiveness), or as a single person. What do you think?
Of course, if @SaintSovereign has an answer, please do tell, but I’m beginning to suspect Saint is the scripting wizard and Fire the technomage in the dynamic duo.