Originally Posted by noah katz
What did you have to do to achieve that excellent result?
Just run RP, get timing somewhat close before running RP, or run RP and also tweak it afterwards?
I tried to get timing as close as possible before RP, adjusting distance on one of the pair to closely match the other pair , so RP is given a head start to focus on blending the mains with subs with its algorithm, the result is perfect time alignment as u can see from above
I love how when all impulse hit the same time at MLP , all 4 seatons impulse hitting at the same time, the result is an improved transient Attack and speed. The speed from midbass feels like it’s from a 12” subs but extends deeper, especially solid and noticeable with bullet scenes. The midbass energy hits and stop , sweeping energy hits and move past and decays nicely. Just awesome
I played that Atmos leaves scene, the leaf just circulates around me, with moving bass, in circular motion. Panning from front, wides, to surrounds, back then towards right , quite brilliant.
I would advise not to touch , tweak it afterward RP as the filters are loaded, that will mess up what RP did. There is really no need for additional tweaks and I noticed that once the subs are time aligned, the phase just adds up automatically. No need to tweak phase as well. But tweaking for a good phase response, need not necessarily mean it’s time aligned, sometimes it can be one cycle late, 720,1080 degrees and still sum up. But timing will be out and midbass will sound muddied
My take, TIMING accuracy above everything else
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