Question, Re: Tolvans Edge

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jdlech

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2007-12-25 7:51 pm
I'm sitting there staring at the graph in Tolvans Edge program in a zen like state when it dawns on me that there's two ways of reading it.

When it shows an uncompensated +7db peak @500Hz and a -35degree phase shift, does that mean the peak is 35 deg. out of phase from the original signal and must then be blended with whatever spl/frq graph you have - or does that mean there's going to be a +7db peak with phasic information blurred by 35 deg.?

The first implies that it's not actually going to be +7db and needs to be blended according to some algorithm, and the other implies that it would be even more than +7db but can be simply added to whatever spl/frq graph you have.

Anyone know which?
 
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