Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
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Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 11:47:25 -0000
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Simon Rod. wrote:
> "Kevin Aylward" wrote
>>> ** Can you not see the posts from Richard and Simon Rod ?
>>> Are you able to read them - do you see what they say ??
>> So what. Are they musicians or DJ's?
> I am a musician, sound engineer and an electronics technician with
> thirty odd years professional experience.
> Alas, I am not a DJ.
Fair enough. So, did you here a difference in gibbos test wave file or
The real issue here is the overall circumstances of the test. The idea
that one can't hear fixed 5Hz shifts at all is quite daft. There is way
too much evidence to refute this. However, in some special
circumstances, e.g voice with, no direct mixed sound, it may be
acceptable, or of course, if its the sex pistols the sound is always
indistinguishable from random noise. However, if I'm playing some Steely
Dan piece, and I get some guitar feed through from the PA with a
frequency shift, I'm going to notice it. Too right I am.
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