On 11/3/2015 1:03 PM, Ron wrote:
> Discs are usually recorded with low-frequency de-emphasis to keep the lows
> from cutting into the next groove. Then you apply low-frequency emphasis
> [boost] in playback to correct for the recording equalization.
I think we're using different terms for the same thing. I use
pre-emphasis to mean an EQ curve (in this case bass cut) applied before
the record is cut, and de-emphasis to mean a complementary curve (bass
boost) applied after playing.
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