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Old 20th October 2008 , 08:58 PM
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Yup, I got that. I had all the time been thinking I should be in the middle of the room recording. That would have meant a lot more thinking and acoustic treatment. That really looks doable.
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That would have been really bad. This system will work well.
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I made some recording tests, but the result was always bad because room sounded so bad that I couldn't hide it no matter what. If I but more effects it sounded artificial if not rooms sound was there.
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Quite obvious solution just didn't see it, although it was just in front of my face. Good to have you here!
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I made some recording tests, but the result was always bad because room sounded so bad that I couldn't hide it no matter what. If I but more effects it sounded artificial if not rooms sound was there.
That tends to be the state of affairs in acoustically troublesome room. You can never EQ our a bad room, nor can you turn it into a good room via even the best time-based effects out there.

That said, what would you guys think of a GIK in London? There's no ink to paper yet, but...hint, hint!

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That tends to be the state of affairs in acoustically troublesome room. You can never EQ our a bad room, nor can you turn it into a good room via even the best time-based effects out there.

That said, what would you guys think of a GIK in London? There's no ink to paper yet, but...hint, hint!

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I think GIK UK would be an awesome idea (though given the business model London would be an expensive place to run it from)! Happy to discuss offline.
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i have a sticky feeling, can any one else feel it?
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i have a sticky feeling, can any one else feel it?
Feels all sticky to me.

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