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From: Chuck Simmons
Organization: You jest.
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Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 16:47:37 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 15 Jan 2003 08:47:37 PST
> Thanks for the demonstration. It was the type I was anxious to see. It
> required a lot of work but certainty makes the issue a lot clear.
> I was trained to dislike distortion and consequently most types of
> sound alteration to the original signal is annoying .
> This, apparently is not the case with new generations that consider
> the final product on is won. They don't use a live interpretation ( as
> we use to call it ) as a comparing reference.
> Today a show is consider live if you can see the interpreters,
> regardless of the amount of electronic manipulation that, for the
> majority is pleasant and for others is unpleasant.
> Many years ago I watched a monophonic demonstration given by a certain
> Mr Brigs (?) using Warfdalle speakers installed on a enclosure made
> with sand filled panels and a marble top.
> That brought tears to my eyes because I couldn't see the piano that
> was so obviously in front of me. That was my first HiFi experience.
> To answer your question "You still think they're good for music ?"
> My answer is NO. But to others may be the added ingredient that makes
> an "artist " out of an mediocre player like myself.
Of course the 5Hz frequency shifter is generally bad. Musical intervals
are ratios. The ratio between two adjacent notes in our 12 tone scale is
the twelfth root of 2 thus dividing the octave into equal intervals by
ratio. This is a bit approximate, however, in that other temperings are
occasionally used (and have been for centuries). Groups, for example,
don't stray far from just intonation. It is also useful to use ancient
tempering such as mean tone at times. Still, the scales are based on
ratios. In addition, the exact pitch of tones is negotiable. For
example, harpsichords are sometimes tuned low in pitch by two semitones
or more. However, the instrument will still be tuned to equal
temperament, mean tone temperament or some other ratio based
temperament. Using the frequency shifter will make almost all intervals
... The times have been,
That, when the brains were out,
the man would die. ... Macbeth
Chuck Simmons email@example.com
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