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From: email@example.com (Gibbo)
Date: 16 Jan 2003 03:50:25 GMT
Organization: AOL, http://www.aol.co.uk
Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
"Phil Allison" wrote:
>"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.
> .................... Phil
Ok Mr Wombat now you've started to be sensible and stop your abuse hurling I'll
Most types of music involve an awful lot of power in the lower octaves. This
includes rock music to a certain extent and particularly orchestral music and
muscal show productions. These types of music are completely unsuitable for use
via 5Hz frequency shifter. I have shown that with the wav file I posted.
What I would like you to explain is why a *pitch* shifter does not work for
feedback reduction. I *know* it doesn't work because I've tried it at live
venues. I also know that a 5Hz shift doesn't work because any decent musician
simply will not tolerate it any where near his instrument. But what I don't
know is *why* the pitch shifter doesn''t work. Can you explain it ?
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