Hi Dave (and any other interested parties),
The corrected PDF file of my Columbia LP curve article is available from WeTransfer at this link:
Since the ARSC Listserve won't accept an email from WeTransfer, I sent the file to myself and copied the download link to this email. This is a non-secure download, so anyone should be able to get the file (for 7 days only).
When I got the page proofs from the printer, all of the PI symbols in the formulas on p. 55 were fouled up, but the square root symbols were fine. When the printed magazine (Spring 2009) arrived, the PI symbols were fine, but the square root symbols were left out. At Barry Ashpole's request, the printer prepared a corrected copy for me, which is what you'll get when you download the PDF file.
Please let me know if this works. If not, I'll have to email a copy to anyone requesting it, off list.
As before, the PDF file of my slide show is always available on the ARSC web site:
This has larger, and in some cases clearer, copies of the same illustrations that are in the article. Some are also in color. Thanks to all of you who expressed an interest in this article, and good luck with the downloads.
Audio Engineer Emeritus
The Crane School of Music
SUNY at Potsdam, NY 13676
"Great art presupposes the alert mind of the educated listener."
"A true artist doesn't want to be admired, he wants to be believed."
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] EQ Turnover
You are correct - there hasn’t been much documentation on this, or any explanation of why NAB put their 0 dB reference at 700 Hz. I think this was an attempt to do it properly ?
If you need the article from the ARSC Journal, let me know and I'll send it off list. There were a bunch of printing errors in the sidebar on the simulation model, that didn't show up in the page proofs. At Barry Ashpole's request, but printer made me a corrected PDF file, which I can send, if you need it. Yes please to [log in to unmask] please ?