From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
Parker Dinkins wrote and quoted me:
> > I have only heard rumours that one or the other sound restorer
> > uses this feature, but I find it essential (and have one).
> George, please let me dispel any rumors!
> This is exactly what I was describing; originally I did this with the
> AZ-1, but now I use CEDAR Cambridge Phase Corrector module. CEDAR have
> renamed the process, since 'azimuth correction' was not as accurate as
> 'phase correction'.
> All of the processes I described previously are the ones I now use in
> Cambridge (with optional modules). Note that I find it helpful to
> auto-balance L-R levels as part of the processing chain, prior to summing.
----- well, I do this manually, because many grooves are not 45-45.
> And now that we have gone brand-specific, perhaps we'll hear from others
> using Cube-Tec, etc.
----- on the other hand, may not the rumor now be "I've heard rumours that
one or the other sound restorer still does not use this feature ...."?
Also I should note that as a researcher and lecturer I would not be able to
depreciate a Cambridge suite, you need transfer work turnover to do that.