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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Gibbo)
Date: 14 Jan 2003 19:33:39 GMT
Organization: AOL, http://www.aol.co.uk
Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
"Phil Allison" wrote:
>"Gibbo" wrote in message
>> I guess the proof is in the eating. I couldn't find anyone with a
>> shifted so we had to make do and mend........
> ( snip great pile of verbal dog's turds)
> ** Gibbo - you are a fucking idiot.
> You do not have a real frequency shifter nor any experience with such
>things. Your alleged test has *zero* credibility and so do you.
> Frequency shifters are used in thousands of venues every day across
>the world including live music and foldback systems.
> The sound of an acoustic guitar seems quite normal with shifts of up
>to 8 Hz.
> Recorded music can be played with a 4 or 5Hz shift added and be
>virtually undetectable except at the moment of switching in the shift.
> Would you like me to get statements from witnesses for you ?
> I get some people who own them to post here.
Phil I'm still waiting for you to tell me what is wrong with the above
experiment as far as shifting the frequency of a signal.
I spoke to Kevin Orchard of "Click" today. A professional sound reinforcement
company. I asked "can you use a frequency shifter for music?" His reponse?
well...... when he'd finished laughing he said "no you fuckin can't Chris, it
sounds shite and I'm surprised you even asked"
Polyfusion Audio make a frequency shifter specifically for feedback reduction.
These three quotes are from....
which is their own website.......
>A Catholic Church (Our Lady of the Lake, Mandeville, LA) had endured an
unimaginable feedback problem for nearly a year. The Pastor wished to use his
Note lack of mention of music.
>.....................however we have found that in all non-music applications,
the 755 is bulletproof.
Note how they *specifically* state "non-music"
>We are perhaps the most demanding and uncompromising professionals in the
industry as regards podium and live spoken voice performances.
Note "spoken voice"
Nowhere on that site does it even mention that the unit is for use on music
Now come on Phil. Show us your links to a manufacturer of a frequency shifter
who state that it can be used on a music signal.
We all know what will happen now. You'll start backpedalling and trying to
change what you actually said.
If you stick by what you say, then I can only assume you have a very serious
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