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Originally Posted by tsn141 View Post
 

Exactly,

The worse thing is, sometimes, it destroys the stable operation at bass and mid region, if it occurs someone extinguish the fire, he will be a hero.


hum...:D

 

A tonality alteration... not only !

 

A lot of codecs as MP3 are based on perceptual algorithms (this is why they sound not good with inaccurate headphones:wink_face:)... like the mask effect, some frequencies can be masked by others.
Rise some frequencies can hide others and induce a loss of details ?

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auditory_masking

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Originally Posted by Silverprout View Post
 


hum...:D

 

A tonality alteration... not only !

 

A lot of codecs as MP3 are based on perceptual algorithms (this is why they sound not good with inaccurate headphones:wink_face:)... like the mask effect, some frequencies can be masked by others.
Rise some frequencies can hide others and induce a loss of details ?

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auditory_masking

The masking is very and very very improtant phenomenon to my opinion, todays sound industry mostly based on it(recordings, theatre effects(dolby digital i.e.), some concert effects and usage of compressor(as I know, not sure completely) etc.). Therefore, in that area, it also important.

Too much bass with long decay time, it will be mask other sounds at midrange and bass( comes after earlier bass kick).

 

to my 2 cents

post #3768 of 3769
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Originally Posted by tsn141 View Post
 

Too much bass with long decay time, it will be mask other sounds at midrange and bass( comes after earlier bass kick).

 

to my 2 cents

 

You must understand precisely what is done here to tune your sound properly...  :wink_face:


Edited by Silverprout - 5/20/15 at 12:31pm
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