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Re: Making a parabola

Subject: Re: Making a parabola
From: "Avocet" madl74
Date: Thu Sep 20, 2012 4:35 pm ((PDT))
> I=B9m wondering how you=B9d do this ? Why wouldn=B9t you roll off the bas=
> post-recording instead? I really don=B9t see how you could simply Oput
> back=B9
> bass that was never recorded...not meant as a criticism,
> necessarily =AD it=B9s
> more that I=B9m intrigued by this statement, particularly as your
> (avocet=B9s)
> posts seem to indicate an incredible depth of recording-related
> knowledge.


Klas has answered this - wind "blocking off" the recording which can't
be repaired. I'm referring to a roll-off rather than a bass cut, so
the bass is still there. My SQN mixer roll-off is approximately 6dB
per octave which I put back if needed with a inverse 6dB bass lift,
but under controlled circumstances.

Any directional mic is more susceptible to LF wind noise, and the more
directional the mic, the more likely the wind problem.


David Brinicombe
North Devon, UK
Cogito cogito ergo cogito sum - Ambrose Bierce

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