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#61
I'm still basking in the afterglow of being on with my DSP audio mentor, @mitchco this past Saturday!

Although I've done my best to employ what he has taught me through his book and other writing and our email exchanges, I'm looking forward to working with him directly over the next week or two to learn more and nudge the sound of my room up a notch or two.

His special this month is a tremendous value.
 

mitchco

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I too will highly recommend his DSP services. He presented a number of filters for me until I finally settled on one - it was an iterative and very educational process. He's very patient and happy to answer any and all questions (including all my stupid ones!). I ended up with a roll off at 2khz and a slight bass boost below 100 hz. A completely flat curve sounded too bright and a bit bass light for me.

Its an amazing difference between using and not using DSP.

G
Thanks Gerry! It was my pleasure working with you. You have excellent listening skills and could clearly identify issues and tonal differences. That made it easier for me to zero in on your preference. Happy listening!
 

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#64
Did not know how good I had it
Ain't that the truth. Where'd that first 70 years go ????
Sometimes I feel like I went to bed just after I turned 40, then woke up the next day only to find my grandfather in the mirror that morning. LOL
 
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