Originally Posted by basshead81
thanks for the tip beeman! i dont have any kind of eq system yet, so ill work on the 70-125hz region monday and the 30hz hump will have to be for now.
Personally, I'm starting to look at the +/- lower/upper range of graphs as opposed to looking to a perfect graph for as we age, we hear in a smile or a "V", not flat as is the standard.
Low frequencies are harder for humans to perceive and we need to increase output to have the lows come through on the same perceived level as we easily perceive highs as human hearing has a yet to be explained to me notch around 8kHz.
Also, I'm looking at graphs as a +/- average as opposed to +/-3dB. How much above and below the +/- 3dB range, beyond +/-3dB? If one cuts this range out of their graph, how much of the above and below center line does one see the rest of the graph?
One sees a perfect graph when physically presented before them but they don't hear in the same fashion.........or in the light.........see/hear
a perfect graph being presented. And reproduced sound tracks are not reproduced in the static nature of a frequency sweep but instead are presented to the listener like popcorn, all over the full spectrum, at so many frames per second, all the while, one is dealing with visual, sonic and emotional input.
So in the end, as consumers of this perfect graph, we're caught between the reality of what as a graph is being presented vs what we "REALLY" hear, vs the confusion fo what's being present to REW for evaluation.....the psychological quest for a perfect +/- 3dB graph. Fade to music.............
Never give up: (Black Betty)
(I was thinking of "Into The Wild"
but not enough energy)
-Edited by BeeMan458 - 4/28/13 at 6:16am