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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 10:10:36 +1100
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"Gibbo" wrote in message
> "Phil Allison" wrote
> > ** You are NOT addressing anything that I actually posted.
> > ** Can you not see the posts from Richard and Simon Rod ?
> > Are you able to read them - do you see what they say ??
> I can read them. I see what they say.
** And you have elected to completely ignore them - that *is* absurd.
> I can also hear what my ears tell me, as a musician.
** Now I see the probelm - you think a shifter is musician's equipment.
No - it goes in the PA system for the benefit of the audience.
They tell me (as many other posters will agree) that a 5Hz shift
> applied to music sucks.
** One selected and isolated example cannot be used to prove and damn
thing about others.
Did you try some normal musical programme, like off the FM radio or a
CD - I have asked this over an over.
> Only someone with ears made of cheesecloth would say it
> is acceptable to apply a 5Hz shift to music. All you have to do is listen
> the wav file I posted. It's not difficult.
** All you have to do is be fair and honest Mr Gibbon.
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