On Thu, September 30, 2010 2:22 am, email@example.com wrote:
Here's the greatest hits:
"It's a good example of textbook DSP being applied blindly
and without understanding the consequences. "
"But it's a kludge, and a solution to a
problem that shouldn't exist in the first place."
"As said, there are two issues with the EQ. The first is that the
implementation is subobtimal and introduces artefacts that have
to be (and are to some extent) hidden by changes added after the
initial release. The second is that this type of filtering allows
and invites to do things that do indeed 'destroy' the sound from
a purist POV, while adding nothing useful from any other POV."
and I suppose this was just plain vindictiveness
"Don't know where you get this, but I assume it's not the result
of your own intellectual efforts and so I can just say 'bullshit'
(the pure liquid variety actually).
I won't even comment on the rest, as I'd have to be at least
as rude :-) "
Don't know why I got the impression you were being rude or anything...
Must be just me.
It is great that you have taken the time to explain the issues that you
have spotted. As you rightly said I do not have the experience that you
have and I appreciate you taking the time to explain in detail so that we
could all have the opportunity to learn something new about jamin and DSP.
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