Adding to my previous comment - with good convertors it is fine, and for your artistic use no problem!


Lou Judson - Intuiitive Audio

It all comes down to “Adjust All Controls For Best Sound” in the end.

On Jan 23, 2018, at 5:55 AM, Steve Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> This is not to adjust recording eq with itzs reciprocal playback eq.
> This would be to add subjective eq,  I'm working with many orchestral 78s
> from the early electrical era.  Mike placement varies so much from session
> to session that it takes a long time to adjust each set.  Knowing that I can
> get back and make adjustments later, if needed, is comforting.  I'm used to
> using parametrics in the analog domain to get the sound of massed strings
> "right" as that also clarifies the distinctive sounds of the solo wind
> players.  
> Steve
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> Not all digital EQ exhibits the same phase characteristics as the equivalent
> analogue network, and this is important when applyng RIAA playback EQ, for
> example.
> On 23/01/2018 11:09, Lou Judson wrote:
>> I don't know in the ARSC community, but in generalaudio engineering,
> digital EQ can be more accurate and efficient than analog, and can be done
> in faster than real time. Why would you want to do that, I'm curious.
>> Mastering engineers do some work in analog domain, but not just simple EQ.
>> <L>
>> Lou Judson
>> Intuitive Audio
>> 415-883-2689
>> On Jan 22, 2018, at 9:07 PM, Steve Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Using 96/24 throughout, what is present thinking about converting from a
> digital file to analog, equalizing, and reconverting, using 2 computers and
> 2 converters?
>>> Steven Smolian
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