hehe, no problem
I like to tweak software until the last drop, and I'm still undecided on whether I actuallly "need" crossfeed...what's the point to aim at the best crosstalk specs in RMAA, if it's to ruin it w/ some DSP on top
but the naive adds a subtle delayed <500Hz ghost from the other channel, that might actually help w/ hardpot stuff!PS:
yeah I really dig the naive w/ the 3 lowest settings, it gives a "room" ambience...pretty cool on the Amelie OST! my new soundcard has a very low jitter, which increases the stereo stage depth....and it's utterly fatiguing for my brain on headphones
most mixes are made for speakers, only binaural requires zero crossfeed...at least that's what it sounds like. but OTOH crossfeed w/ a high jitter is very annoying too.
naive makes it pretty clear :
|To help reduce listening fatigue caused by the unnatural stereo image provided by headphones, Crossfeed processes the left and right channels of stereo audio signals with a filter that mimics the sound absorption characteristics of the human head. After running through this filter, it then mixes a delayed portion of the left and right channels with each other to simulate the delay that occurs when listening to audio signals through stereo speakers positioned approximately 60 degrees apart from each other. The effect is subtle.