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I'm trying to build a library of "presets" and frequency filters to add to my music editing software. I'd like to be able to enhance or diminish the effects of specific orchestral instruments in my recordings. I edit existing wav files and burn them to CD (typically created from my old LP’s) . Percussion instruments are particularly challenging due to their wide frequency response. I can remove an orchestral crash cymbal with a crude low pass filter ranging from 4.5-17Khz but its pretty…Continue
Added by Ron on March 18, 2011 at 1:13pm — No Comments
Miramar, Florida—March 2011—SIM2 , the Italian manufacturer whose high-performance home theater projectors are known worldwide for their pristine video resolution, is well into a yearlong celebration of its 15th anniversary that will be…Continue
Answer is yes! Only issue is the studios who are butchering the film mixes with re-mixes from classic 70mm road show releases down to 3-screen fronts with and LFE.1 sometimes stereo surrounds or if you’re lucky it might be the original monaural surround as heard in the cinema.
The concept is easy even for DVD. Its down to the encoding and decoding thou (we would need a practical means for decoder format switching) somewhere along the lines of professional Dolby CP200. I mean…Continue