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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: Wombat's Revenge
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 18:13:29 +1100
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"Glenn Gundlach" wrote in message
> "Phil Allison" wrote in message
> > Hi to all, esp Mr Gibbon - no insult to primates intended.
> > This morning one of my customers dropped the 5 Hz shifter I sold him
> > three years ago back to me so I could run some tests - especially with
> > Gibbon's infamous wav file.
> > You may recall that the shifter actually used to produce the file
> > not described and Mr Gibbon *refused* to describe it when I asked.
> > Also no low frequency sine wave signals were included to
> > the shifter was free of defects like amplitude modulation. One only
> > an audio gen and scope to test for this problem which is characteristic
> > cheap and nasty shifters intended to work on speech only.
> > So, I fed the wav file organ tone through MY shifter and the
> > is dramatic - practically all of the dissonance and beating produced by
> > anonymous shifter is GONE.
> > I also tried some recordings (CDs) of organ music, classical and
> > (inc the intro to the Animals "Worried Life Blues" with Alan Price at
> > Farfisa? organ) and there is **no** audible dissonance or beats.
> > All the claims I posted previously are correct. Organ music IS the
> > most difficult test since there are sustained low tones rich in
> > Anything else with no such tones is a piece of cake.
> > Mr Gibbon is a fraud, he was well aware the shifter he used was a
> > built cheapie with defects and deliberately hid that fact.
> > I know of only two full audio band, high performance anaolgue
> > shifters - the American made "Polyfusion 745" and my design.
> > .............. Phil
> Well, I'm about to step in it now.
** Not if you move fowards after dropping it.
> If I understand, your 'frequency shifter' is a device that adds (or
subtracts) a constant onto the
> frequency. I.E A440 now becomes A442 and A880 becomes A882. Is that
> right? If that is INDEED the case and you don't find that musically
> appalling to listen to, then I don't EVER want to hear whatever you
> may think is good because it couldn't POSSIBLY be any good.
** Gee - another brain dead autistic pig has popped up.
> Call me> whatever names you must but you're just plain WRONG.
** Based on what evidence ? Your demented imagination ?
I don't dispute> that plain speech would likely be just fine but the music
** You are incapable of rational thought - an autistic monkey outwits
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