- Feb 14, 2022
I would dedact this from the Fourier Transform: The FT of a "pop-ish" function like 1/exp(|x|) peaks at zero and decays into higher frequencies. At the extreme end, the FT of an infinitely sharp unit impulse is just a flat line - that is, all frequencies are equally represented. I'd say a real pop is somewhere in-between, which would still mean that it looks qualitatively similare to the FT of 1/exp(|x|) and consists of more LF than HF stuff.Balanced out!
What is people's opinion on the headroom? Seems impressive until 5kHz and then starts to drop... what are the frequencies for which this is most important? Seems to me that a typical click/pop is in the middle low frequencies (by ear but no idea...)