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From: "Richard Freeman"
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Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 09:31:38 +1100
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"Simon Rod." wrote in message
> I use a frequency shifter for music program material and it works fine. In
> theory, the harmonic character of the audio content is disturbed by a
> frequency shift but in practice the effect from a shift of 4~5Hz is quite
> mild on most types of program material. I have used it for live concert
> production and as long as the system operator is aware of the 'gotchas'
> (like beat products), it will not cause problems or adversely effect the
> audio quality.
Yep pretty well what I have found also and as a bonus they tend to work
better than any of the automatic Feedback destroyers as well
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