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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
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Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 07:28:17 +1100
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"Gibbo" wrote in message
> "Phil Allison" waffled.........
> >"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........
> >> Gibbo
> > ( 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
> >things. Your alleged test has *zero* credibility and so do you.
> > Frequency shifters are used in thousands of venues every day
> >the world including live music and foldback systems.
> > The sound of an acoustic guitar seems quite normal with shifts of
> >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.
> Yet again the ozzie prick shows his true colours.
** I posted facts - you posted garbage.
Someone makes a post that he
> doesn't like (again) and his blood pressure overtakes his sensibilities.
** See above.
> Come on Phil. Tell us why the experiment as defined makes the music
** Begs the question.
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