On Sat, Sep 10, 2011 at 01:33:19PM -0700, Niels Mayer wrote:
The usual hype and misinformation designed to impress those
who don't even understand the basics.
Just one example: yes correcting LF room response requires
very long FIR filters with 'tens of thousands of control
points'. But they are 99% redundant, so this is misleading
to put it mildly. If you want to correct response below say
100 Hz, you can resample to 1/100 or so of the original rate
and reduce filter length by a factor of 100.
Creating a Wikipedia page to advertise a business is really
in bad taste and illustrative of the mindset of those who do
it - completely ignoring and showing a complete lack of respect
for the fundamental choices made by the creators of Wikipedia.
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