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Reply-To: "Simon Rod."
From: "Simon Rod."
Subject: Re: Wombat's Revenge
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 13:40:13 -0000
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> I know of only two full audio band, high performance anaolgue
> shifters - the American made "Polyfusion 745" and my design.
IMHO you are correct
A good quality frequency shifter (not a pitch shifter)
will reduce feedback in most situations quite well,
including with music program - no problem
Whilst the timbre (harmonic relationships) of low sustained
organ notes will be affected by a frequency shift to some
extent, the question would then be - who is the target
audience and therefore, is it a concern anyway ?
I think (ouch) the wav file has a mix of shifted and
unshifted content and what we hear are some beat products.
Either that, or a rather low quality device is involved
The problem is that the debate had gone quite nasty
and the original topic had been long forgotten.
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