On Fri, 2010-07-16 at 11:46 +0200, Arnold Krille wrote:
On my computer the measurements are ok, but the audible results are bad.
Because it's an unfair 'analogy'.
OTOH, industry does measure averaged taste, regarding to profit.
Arnold, I respect your opinion, because I guess you don't like
recordings without dynamic too. Btw. I'm not a hardliner and a fan of
It's impossible to do neutral measurements and from a democratically
worldview listening to recordings without dynamic is the winner.
Today I listened to a very good free jazz recording, but even this
marginal group tends to do masterings that are borderline.
And I'm sure, my neighbours aren't able to understand this kind of
music, I bet they were near top call the psychiatric ambulance when I
listende to this free jazz, while they blow the vuvuzela the whole day.
IMO Peter Brötzmann (on Sax) and a friend of mine on the Piano is much
more pleasant, but any vuvuzela players, anyway the averaged opinion is
different to my opinion.
In other words, there's no neutral test regarding to musical issues.
Is it possible to get an audible difference between white noise and
transposed white noise?
Somewhere in the vacuum I mislaid my endless sized metal plates.
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