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Old 4 weeks ago
Lives for gear

Originally Posted by Ghost Rider View Post
I know my test is flawed and my frequency adjustments are not perfect. Just a no harm done experiment. My room is heavily treated and is flat, either way I used my ears from the sweat spot of the room to determine what needs to go up or down and all my adjustments are square blocks and have no way of formulating or creating the curves to accurately correct my hearing loss.

At the end of the day this will probably something I do for a time but I think this is a interesting way to EQ for ones personal tastes.
nothing bad with finding out about limits and options; my point is just to be a bit careful when applying corrective eq...

i admit i take a lake lm44 speaker processor everywhere i go, even on location recording - having measured and aligned a couple of thousand speaker systems, i am pretty confident using it: not only to align speakers, correct fr, compensate for different spl levels (i wish there would be a device which would allow for dynamic adjustment) but also for my hearing loss! the latter only if other folks attend the mix or mastering sessions though: i don't want to switch between corrected and normal hearing situation too much or too long as it imo takes away too much focus and concentration. also, it took me months to find out when to apply what correction...