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Philosophy

When   working   with   sound   and   making   decisions   of   how   the   mix   will be    we    want    to    have    as    pure    path    from    our    mix    to    our    ears    as possible.   Having   speakers   placed   out   around   you   that   partly   play   the same   sound   turns   in   to   a   filter   of   high   frequencies   above   1k.   It   may be    logical    to    say    “yes,    that    is    why    we    need    to    use    that”    as    the customer   later   will   have   separate   speakers   when   enjoying   what   you mix. It   is   however   a   bit   like   mixing   while   monitoring   through   an   MP3 codec.   Most   high   frequency   content   will   sound   the   same   as   the   filter characteristics   are   very   convincing   while   it   really   is   not   the   case   if one   hear   the   mix   without   this   filter.   This   Mp3   filter   in   this   example will    be    same    all    over…    however    the    filters    that    the    speakers introduce,   just   by   their   sheer   positions,   will   vary   ad-infinitum   and there   is   no   way   any   car   audio   system   will   give   you   the   same   filter   as the   boom   box   compared   to   a   home   cinema   system,   not   to   mention   a pair   of   headphones   absolute   absence   of   filtering   even   if   headphone mixing have a number of other pitfalls. The   conclusion   we   at   NUFEELD   make,   and   many   with   us,   is   that   to mix   without   this   filter   is   the   best   way.   Or,   at   least   be   without   filter   for a second monitor to help to avoid any big surprises at a later point. Welcome to join the growing crowd of NUFEELD users!

Philosophy

When   working   with   sound   and   making   decisions   of how   the   mix   will   be   we   want   to   have   as   pure   path from   our   mix   to   our   ears   as   possible.   Having   speakers placed    out    around    you    that    partly    play    the    same sound   turns   in   to   a   filter   of   high   frequencies   above 1k.   It   may   be   logical   to   say   “yes,   that   is   why   we   need to   use   that”   as   the   customer   later   will   have   separate speakers when enjoying what you mix. It    is    however    a    bit    like    mixing    while    monitoring through   an   MP3   codec.   Most   high   frequency   content will   sound   the   same   as   the   filter   characteristics   are very   convincing   while   it   really   is   not   the   case   if   one hear   the   mix   without   this   filter.   This   Mp3   filter   in   this example   will   be   same   all   over…   however   the   filters that    the    speakers    introduce,    just    by    their    sheer positions,   will   vary   ad-infinitum   and   there   is   no   way any   car   audio   system   will   give   you   the   same   filter   as the   boom   box   compared   to   a   home   cinema   system, not    to    mention    a    pair    of    headphones    absolute absence   of   filtering   even   if   headphone   mixing   have   a number of other pitfalls. The   conclusion   we   at   NUFEELD   make,   and   many   with us,   is   that   to   mix   without   this   filter   is   the   best   way. Or,   at   least   be   without   filter   for   a   second   monitor   to help to avoid any big surprises at a later point. Welcome    to    join    the    growing    crowd    of    NUFEELD users!
©NUFEELD 2018