[LAU] [CP] KISS or Complex?

Stephen Stubbs fartreader at gmail.com
Sun Oct 1 14:24:31 UTC 2017

Thanks Ralf, for the reply.  I have passed on your suggestions.
Greatly appreciated.

But my sincerest apologies to the Linux Audio List.  I put the address
in the To: line, so that I could remember to spell it correctly.  I
thought I had removed the address before sending the post, but
obviously I didn't.

Forgive me.

-----Original Message-----
From: Linux-audio-user
[mailto:linux-audio-user-bounces at lists.linuxaudio.org] On Behalf Of
Ralf Mardorf
Sent: Saturday, September 30, 2017 11:10 AM
To: linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org
Subject: Re: [LAU] [CP] KISS or Complex?

On Sat, 30 Sep 2017 10:29:44 -0500, Stephen Stubbs wrote:
>totally deaf in one ear!

Hi and sorry, since I don't have the time to read the whole thread.

However, it doesn't matter if you are unable to do a stereo mix.

Sane audio engineers anyway care about the stereo mix being compatible
to a mono mix.

Most imporatent for stereo either way is the mono mix, IOW you need to
correct issues by using a parametric EQ and not by using panning.

This is relevant by hearing with one ear or two ears.

The frequency domain is the room where a "two eared" audio engineer
placed audio signals as well as the "one eared" person, the only
difference is, that a professional audio engineer cares about two
eared and one eared persons and tries to make a mix that give two
eared people a spacial enjoyment, while one eared people just get a
good enjoyment :p.

To fix such frequency domain issues on Linux use Fon's parametric EQ
or Robins x42 EQ, based on Fon's EQ.

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