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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Acoustic Feedback reduction
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 23:13:29 +1100
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"Kevin Aylward" wrote in message
> >>> ** Big Kev can obviously hear tiny pitch errors that go unnoticed
> >>> by mere mortals.
> >> Try it.
> > ** Non answer.
> >>> Must be torture to have super hearing like that.
> >>> Nothing EVER sounds in tune porperly - yuck !!
> >> Get real. Its well known how sensitive the ear is to frequency
> >> shifts.
> > ** False claim and false logic.
> Look, I paid my 5 pounds, this isn't an argument, its just contradiction.
** The claim is not true. To post such a claim is a debating cheat.
If you wanna make it part of the discussion - post some evidence for
> >> If you can here the beat, you heard the difference. So, anything over
> >> about 1Hz is going to be audible.
> > ** Harmonic tuning of a bass guitar does NOT produce errors of the
> > order of 1 Hz.
> What part of:
> >> certainly notice the difference once the punter strums his chord,
> >> but
> did you fail to understand? I thought it should be obvous that most bass
> players don't strum chords.
** Your posts are full of fallacies and ambiguities.
I have heard many bass players use chords.
If you were joking then please use a smiley.
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